Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:03987
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,,,wv7 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

96th Year STARKE;FLORIDA 15 Cents

30th Issue Thursday,Fpbruary13,1975 .Copy

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For County Schools

STARKE Painting a dismal picture on school funding

for next fiscal year, Supt. Jim Temple told the Bradford

Board Refuses County school board that the loss in revenue, based on

: preliminary calculations, has reached $380,000, and could
# possibly be as much as $500,000 later on.

Citing the rapidly shifting school finance picture, Supt.

To Name Unit Temple asked and the school board approved a 30-day extension

of Temple's promised Feb. 10 date to announce a

plan to reduce costs for next year through a staff reor

ganization. Size of the school administrative staff has been

Sole Bargainer continually criticized. While Temple has promised a /
cutback, in administrative costs he also maintains the -

'--' entire system is "fat" indicating he believes cuts should

LAKE BUTLER Recognition Employees Relations Council come at all levels.A .

of a sole bargaining agentto ,,(PERC). serious look must be takento the state. With the state being
x' 1 r represent Union County At the board meeting in see if the system can affordits assigned the average figure of
teachers and other membersof January Mrs. Minshew said present 1-26.3 pupilteacherratio $100.00, an identical list of
i the Instructional staff were that 33 staff members had Supt. Temple has told "Market basket" goods couldbe
Straight A students at Bradford High for the third sixSecond row; Susan Byers. Teresa DeVore Larry White,,/ stalemated by the school become affiliated with the the school board purchased in Bradford for,
weeks grading period are I-r/): Chuck Register Kathy Taylor and Matthew Box.", board Tuesday, February 11. Union County Professional Citing figures released last $87.23, compared to Monroe
Jan First Searle.row: Carolyn Roller Karen Reddish Eve Futch; and Third row: Darla Christopher Donna Pauley Dannette Two duly organized bodies, Organization, and that the week by Lt. Gov. Jim County they would cost
Itodrigue. Jody Harper Johnny Hobbs and Joy Saxon.18EartStraijhtA's ." the Union County Professional then 30 members of the Union Williams on a just completed $108.50, the most expensive in
,Organization and the Union County' Teachers Organization Florida Price Level Index the state.
.. County Teacher's Organization had relinquished their prepared by the Departmentof "Last year. the cost of the-
", were both seeking the bargaining rights to her group Administration, Templesaid same goods was $92.68 in
I school board's approval for for a total of 63. that Bradford is shown to Bradford and school funds'
; recognition as sole bargaining At the January meeting the be the "cheapest" county in were alloted to Bradford at
:agent in compliance with the board unanimously rejectedthe the state in which to live. And the rate of $94.00 from the
"--" 'new Florida statutes which request to recognize the that will cost the county's state when the adjustment
; STAKKE; Just 18 of 1.100 Lawtey;; teacher's aide, data science fiction, teacher's aide physics, teacher's aide '' became effective January Ion Union County Professional schools some state funds. factors were considered. This
plus students at Bradford processing II, science fiction, American history, andCooking tennis. t collective bargaining prac Organization as sole bargaining The new price level index on year however, with the price
High School earned l straight and art Ill and Baking I 'i /f tices. agent. In spite of the divi- which next year's school fund- index of$87.23, our rate will. be
A's for the third six weeks Joy Saxon, daughter of Mr. SOPHOMORES : After the board hod convened sion of members between the ing will be based will slash about $89.00, a loss of $5.00 in
grading .period whe.rt ended and !Mrs Edward Saxon Teresa DeVore daughter of Darla Christopher for its regular monthly two groups since the last about $200,000 more from funds to be received from the
Mr. and !Mrs. John R. DeVore
Jan' 21. Hampton; office aide, daughter of Mr. and Mrs./. meeting Tuesday, Mrs. meeting, Mrs. Minshew reentered Bradford County's share of state. Overall this will amountto
Members of the elite bookkeeping, ,science fiction.. Lawtey: shorthand, annual Thomas Donald Christopher!' Sharon Minshew, as spokeswoman a request to the board state funds or about 5 percent. about $200,000 if no further
academic,group are: 'staff, physics, American of Starke,,Miss Christopher'S'subjects for the Union County Tuesday for recognition of This is an addition to the 3.3 changes are made in the for,

fp. ... ..... ...w.-.......... ......*_.....,...,.Mrl Jan''"'''Grave.Searle, *daughter Searre'' fof-of American-history, trigonometry.literature.* ", and. ., are plane geometrannualGaff Professional Organization UCPO per cent amounting to ap- mula and I have been assured
; -_ ,* !.oI., .with the that this is the that the
tiN\IIIHR.uiup: ,t a. Theressa annual ', .:: ", ,Spanish' 11. M enewad that booy'yjroqfuestfor :faced complexity proximately $180,000 of which one
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[Kve: Futch. daughter Mr ; physics debate, biology; and tennis. recognition by. the school, i id f the'problem;; the board 'school officials were dirgdywaware. legislature will wsJng.-The
and Mrs. 'Benton" Futch* staff. Whitehead Dane!to Rodrique, daughterof t Miss Christopher is president board, followed by a request Invoked a privilege of exemption $200,000 is addition to the 3.3
Debbie Mr. and Mrs. "'
Starke' Miss Fulch's subjects daughter of Mr. and !Mrs A. p of the sophomore class and the ,from. Ms, Cindy Oppen for the from the Florida sunshinelaw "When you consider the reduction- amounting to
are clothing textiles, office Kodrique, Starke; American only sophomre to earn same recognition on behalf of as permitted by the current inflation rate of about $180,000 that we were already.
aide, and Americanism vs. Maitland teacher's Whitehead aide Starke and; history, annual stalf, physics, straight A's for the six weeks. her group, the Union County collective bargaining act, and 12 per cent a year our loss in aware of," Temple said.
I Communism: ?. cooking trigonometry American Teachers Organization. went into an hour long execu- school funds could be as muchas Temple requested and the
Jody Harper daughter of baking. education.literature, and physical FRESHMEN Mrs. Oppen said that 45 of tive session after clearing the a half a million," Temple board approved a 30 day con-
Rev and !Mrs, George S. Matthew Box. son of Mr. the county's 81 instructionalstaff meeting room of its capacity tinuance on a school personnel
Harper Starke. !Miss JUNIORS Larry White, son of Mr and crowd. said.Explaining the level staffing and organizational
and members had
; Harper Mrs: Thomas A. Box, become price
Susan Byers, daughter of !Mrs Olin White Jr. i
of Starke; An hour later after chart scheduled for presentation
said that
s subjects are communications Mr. and Starke; Box's, subjects are affiliated with UCTO and thata index Temple a
Mrs. Albert Bvers, American
and expression, history, com letter of recognition had convening in regular session, dollar buys more in Bradford at Monday's meeting.
chemistry, teacher's aide, Starke. Her subjects are munications and expression, See Page 16) been received from the Public (See Page 16) county than anywhere else inBounty Temple said that more lime
II. trigonometry, and was needed to study the problem -
Spanish. because of the rapidly
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changing school funding outlook
Anthony llemlricth, son of .-.r;r"7'. ,. -
'Mr.and Mrs\ J.,W. Hendrieth. for next year and that he
Law ley. Anthony takes nigh Winds Kaise Iti ickus Across ( was working closely with the
teacher's aide, chorus II and principals for solutions.
art III. The school staffing and or-
Johnny Hobbs son of Mr. ganizational chart will be pre-
and Mrs. J. K. Ilobbs, Starke. High winds followed a hop- accompanied' there by $100,000, but no personal injuries sented to the board at their
;Johnny's subjects are algebra skip-and-jump path across torrential rain and hail stonesas were reported.A next regular meeting on
11, teacher's aide, and northwest Bradford County large as marbles. The New Clay County deputy on the Monday, March 10, Temple
'AnH'ricanism'S.. Com and on to the Clay Hill area River fire tower measured 1,3 scene concluded that storm said. >
munism. last Thursday afternoon, inches of rain in :30 minutes, tornado did not indicate a A room full of interested
Donna 1'auloy, daughter of resulting in over $100,000 while Louis Hill tower at or twister. He said the citizens was present Mondayfor
Mr.'innd Mrs Obed I'auley, property damages to barn and Highland recorded one Inch path was too wide and there the expected announce-
garage roofs, mobile homes, The sky was darkened by was no evidence of twisting ment.

.>>, -- ....,.."'......"" ....."., and at least one conventional rolling black clouds which wind action. This was also Following through on the
WOlut1aritr" home. gave the effect of eclipsing the borne out by witnesses in the cutback in funds for the next
L r } The winds, hitting the New New River area, although two school year the first item to
: raj.Little River about sun.Worse residents along SR-218 in Clay suffer the
:- area 2 p.m., were individual i property C was proposed pur-
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...."::.10 "".' County reported sighting a chase of three new 66 passenger -
1-.:: \. twister as it passed over the school buses scheduled to

"J"J:ww..<< Supt. Cason On Carpet road, leaving debris in its be bought with next years
-l" ;":" ::$1> path. funds. Temple recommendedthat
r; W'ass? (See Page 10) the $40,000 purchase be
deleted from consideration for

Women'sSOCK For Redoing Building at least one year. The board
approved with the stipulationthat
HOP ...:-:.- PreSessionHearings
..... funds, already reservedfor
Sat., Feb. 15 ".
be returnedto
C that ,
-- purpose
9:30-12p.m., Without Board ApprovalLAKE Set the lending institution.
'j 1.00 per person "We had planned to replace
Club House On LegislationLAKE three of four 1963 model school
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:. BUTLER'"What Ican't agriculture building 'to
buses that we have on the road
:' CAR WASHSaturday understand is why you provide additional office and BUTLER A now," Temple said, "but in
.. Feb. 159a.m.3p.m. have went ahead and redone working space for the finance
legislative public has view of financial difficul-
One of five shattered mobile homes that dotted the Hill hearing our
"1 the Ag Building when I and personnel departments of Clay landscape after Thursday been scheduled for Union ties I am recommending that
m $1.50 distinctly remember that the the school administrationoffices. storm County for Monday, February our school bus order be
} BHS PARKING LOT board tabled action on the Additional is not ;
17, beginning at 8 in the cancelled
to the home of p.m.,
r Sponsored matter some few months available at the count courthouse damage was From New River the wind uninjured. ,
Beulah Moody, on SR-235 skipped to down in the commissioners meeting roomat In other matters at Mon.day's
Junior Honor Society ago, board member Donald for those deaprtmentL'"The over HaroldNorman's Dropping Clay
Dukes said in for about a mile north of Highway farm on SR-225A Hill section north of Highland, county courthouse. meeting, the board:
------ calling an cost of the materials
REVIVAL explanation of the expenditures purchased to date amounts to 100, where a huge, uprooted (Lawtey to State Farm road) the wind inflicted its heaviest Senators Kenneth (Buddy). -On the recommendationof
MacKay of Ocala and Bob architect Don R. Morgan
wateroak was toppled, scoringa where it the damage, smashing
damaged roof property
made to date on
First Christian on only $2,051. There is no cost
Saunders of Gainesville will the substantial completion
the direct hit on the Florida a barn and blew an itenerant five mobile homes and approved
Church refurbishing Agriculture for labor The work is being '
building. room and damaging the roof Mexican farm hand from the damaging some 15 others: be present with Representatives payment of$9,571.90 to
Feb.11 Feb. 21 done by the regular school
7:30pm.EvangeUst. '"I'll admit that I have erredin maintenance personnel," on the main body of the house. top of a trailer he was helpingto Leonard Jones, Clay County Marietta George Bill Grosse of T. P. Herndon for &the Company installation ,
Andrews of contractors
The damages was estimatedat load with collard civil defense director,
matter, Supt. Jimmy Cason explained to the board. greens
from $6,000 to $6,500 Mrs. The estimated Clay Hill damage at Gainesville and Sidney Martin of a hydraulic lift at the
Cason man escaped,scared, but
r; Dwight Chaplain,speaker frankly replied. "How much more money of Hawthorne to hear from the Bradford Operations Center.
Moody, a deputy clerk In the
------ will it take to the
citizens of Union and
"You will recall that when office of Bradford County county
DANCE Job? inquired member Pam' -Deferred approval ''Until
Country Club In Starke you first mentioned it your Thomas.. Clerk of the Court, was not at 38 Elect 3 To Posts on the any county's requests elected for legislation officials substantially completed a
home the
estimate of the cost about at time.
was '
"Well! Two
Saturday Feb. 22 air conditioningunits the payment of$12.946.66 to Aetna
during 1975 session of the
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$25,000. I was not in favor of
8 p.m.. Midnight at $714 apiece and $450 Other major damage took BROOKER u "Oh boy, it whether they were registeredor legislature which begins April Mechanical Contractors Inc.
) Admission And Cokes such spending that much money on for the duct work, and about place at the farm of Mr. and turned out to be a real big not. Under a new state law, 1, 1975. for heating ventilation and'
FREEI an old building and I $300 for the ceiling tile, plus Mrs.. Hassle Rhoden in the deal!" said City Clerk Joyce the county supervisor of elections air-conditioning work at
tabled requested that the matter be whatever we have to spend on same area, where a tin roof Stokes after just 38 voters handles registration of STARKE RepresentativeFrank ,Starke and Southside Elemen-
Everyone Invited because what I had in redoing the floors.- Roughly was completely lifted from a went to the polls Tuesday to all municipalities in the Williams of starke tary Schools, when it was
New Disc Jockey administrative mind at that time was an around $2,300," Cason three-car garage, taking some elect three city councilmen. county so residents may Senator Bob Saunders of pointed out that electrical
.} To Provide Music complex. !It estimated. of the cement blocks, to whichit register to vote in one place. Gainesville and Senator hook-ups at Southside had not
------ appears now that you have .The item was Included on was anchored along with It. All three Incumbents won City voters were also sent Kenneth (Buddy) MacKay of been completed by the City of j
BHS TENNIS allowed went ahead on your own and the board's agenda for The roof was deposited intact, 're-election in Brooker. C.L. cards asking that they state Ocala have scheduled a legislative -' Starke, due to a delay In the R
Tuesday, 3 p.m. this to be done"withoutthe Tuesday's meeting at the flat on the ground at the! rear Atkinson led with 28 votes, where they live. Should the public hearing to beheld procurement of the ,required
t I On Home Courts board's approval, Dukes request of board' member of the garage. The Rhodens Carl' Edwards had 23, andA.B. location be outside a city Tuesday, February 18? materials. -
fiI Against EastsideHomntttnitg .continued.. Pamela Thomas estimated damage'to the' Thomas had 21 Fire limit, the person was removed beginning at 11 p.m. at the -Took no action to provide
"I'll just have to admit thatI Chief George Pierce lost his cancer and ,other, dread''
", garage and content at from] from city voter rolls. county courthouse.. .
y in .
was error by the mannerin fl bid for a council seat by just the takeover'' disease Insurance through
c-... BUARC'Meeting $1.900 to $2,000. ? Prior to county a
"a I i which it was handled, and one vote, polling 20 votes for of registration Brooker had 'An invitation Is extended to' payroll '
miff ( perhaps should never have The'Bradford-Union 'Association Next door at the home of.,1 he( day.:Atkinson Is beginning around 200 voters. That list !the public and the county's'elected Supt W. L. iWpatridC'said' .
; brought it to the board's attention for'retarded. citizens their son-in-law and daughter} ,his second term. Edwards and dwindled to 121 officials to participate: that 29 percent of the board's :;
tilt)lank:, in the first place," will have their meeting Thursday James and Barbara Balcom,', Adams have served a number The town council'elected in an open discussion on any employees would haw,. to'"1\.1-\ sIp '
,. aiiw.IsMew.w.U-; ;' Cason' said: ,Feb. 13at7:30: p.m. at the'' a camper was turned tops ,''of years., three poll workers who were proposed legislation. to be considered agree. to participate ..the 1 I
T."*,_"eT 'Thematter under School Board Building' All turvey coming to rest on its! .. Cause of the poor turnout. not registered to vote A hasty by the delegation pUn before It could: be pro8 Jr
,*.*,..OcpotM ImvrMCi C.ia., |I discussion was the remodelingand board of directors are to attends top, and the roofs of \ 'Just 31 percent,was that many meeting I ,was called MondaySee during the 175 session- ,YkIed :t ..,S '('!i'.r
refurbishing of the old out-buildings da several' residents did not know beginning April.1. 1975., ( ; "(i .'
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Page TELJGRy February 13, 1973
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Junior r// /"ears Sheriff On Self DefenseSheriff ffAe

I was served by Mrs. Glen Hicks, to each kindergarten! class in f71te !
: this month. 64.ide l WJ
Dolph Rf Junior hostess for the evening. The Bradford County
guest speaker at refreshment table was Plans have been made for a
Woman Club i el'/ntmg nil a covered with red linen cloth Valentine party at Crocus [a4 Wool i Societ Jit or
day night Feb Sunland ,
Eo A Crime and overlaid with a beige lace Cottage, Training
film called "f
l..n," and cloth. Centering the table wasa Center, Gainesville.The --
Against .aiscussion of Valentine cake, flanked to club is also planning
followed b". how toI the left with a silver candel- their annual Spaghetti supper Feb. 7th
I how to a 1''lf(J rape, and how to abra intertwined with red and Fashion Show to be heldon Linda Dianne Gaskins.Weds Jimmy L. Brown: I
March 6 at 7 at the
i'lme.er roses and hearts, with three p.m.
1 C club house. Tickets are avail-
red burning tapers.
Miss Linda Dianne Gaskins Master Christophei
question and answerpe The club voted to donate $50 able from all members and and Jimmy Lawrence Brown Douglas, brother of the bride
/ibe president Judy Good- to the March of DimesMother's the fee for dinner and show is exchanged nuptial vows served as ring bearer and was.
for adults and $1.50 for
owns invited club membersand March campaign.The $3 Friday, Feb. 7,at 8 p.m. In the attired like the groomsmen'
guests: for refreshments, members will deliver toys children under 12. First Christian Church with He carried a white satin pillowedged

Rev. J. C. Brown, minister of in white English lace
Fleming Christian Church, The bride, given In 7

Augusta, Ga., officiating.The marriage by her maternal
bride is the daughter of grandfather,S. C. Harley,Sr.,
YOU CAN HAVE RETIREMENT Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Douglasof wore a white gown of soft

Starke and James W. polyester organza over taffeta,
INSURANCE ON YOUR OWN. Gaskins of Lawtey. Parents of except for sheer fingertip .
N x.t the groom are Mr. and Mrs. sleeves. A high standup collar I ,t ,
Carl Brown of Hampton.The with rows of tiny tucks formedan
.t altar was highlightedby empire waist line. Appli--
two standing baskets of ques of lace IIllies-of-the-

white gladioli pompoms and valley were encrusted over ,
If you're not an active participant -
retirement red carnations flanked on the bodice, down the sleeves ;ft aw ,
in plan you'reeligible
any for our Individual Retire- Rhonda Mosley either side with two nine- and on the skirt; which formed d ki
branch tree candelabras with train. Her fin- $
a chapel 'i
ment Annuity. It for life
pays upon
retirement. Leon Odom III ferns and burning tapers. The gertip veil was attached to a i !
a background was an arch of Camelot-style lace cap with
You get: T: f Wedding March 8 light with candelabras holding nylon tulle mantilla, edged in r" f '
(DA) guaranteed lifetime income. ,b burning tapers flanked with lace,identical to the gown and ,.
((2)) Premiums that increase or Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. greenery.On either side of the flowing into a full chapel;
decrease as your financial Mosley announce the baptistry were two seven- train. She carried an English d,4
situation changes. and branch candelabras with style cascade of feathered red
((3)A) growing cash value that approaching and .
you marriage of their daughter burning tapers greenery.A carnations, 'white statice,
can withdraw in an emergency also .
unity baby's breath stephanotis,
Rhonda Glee, to Leon Thomas
subject to taxes. (But 'h w17F
used during the ceremony.The white pompoms and. white
Odom, III, son of Rev. and
penalties are imposed by law ) marked with
Mrs. Leon Thomas Odom, Jr. pews were Andre' roses with white satin wfy
upon most withdrawals before all of Starke. red satin bows and greens and streamers tied with lover'sknots. ,
age 5j..) The will be each window held a single Her going away cor- s 1
((4))A death benefit that goes to wedding an white burning taper and sage was of white Andre'roses #
event of March 8 at 7:30:
your beneficiary.And .
in the Church of God. greenery.A and stephanotis.A .
: All friends and relatives are program of nuptial music reception was held at the
was presented by Mrs. L. A. Woman's Club of Starke. The
((5)) Premium deposits may be invited to attend. '
made in the manner most Canova, Sr., organist, and mantle in the library held an
convenient for you. Mrs. Vernon Reddish, soloist. arrangement of white pom-
((6)) We do the investing and Paul Dale Brown, brother of poms, red carnations, and
the served as best white gladioli. Mrs. Janet A.
assume the risk for you with groom
regards to the guaranteed'' ) ? JSIRTHS man, and groomsmen were Turner greeted guests and tY
benefits. I Randall Gaskins, Michael presented them to the receiving -
Gaskins and Brant Turner of line.
Call us about the Individual Re-
Valdosta, Ga. The bride's table was over-
tirement Annuity. It covers almost 1 caring tor the guests were Background
p Miss Jacqueline V. Gaskinsof laid with an imported French was pro-
anybody for life. ( I N, 6 Ferguson Mr, and announce Mrs. the Bob birthof G. Valdosta, Ga., sister of the Alencon lace cloth over pink Mrs. C. N. Christy, Mrs. Fred vided by Mrs L. A. Canova.
Brown Mrs. Charles
bride, attended as maid of satin with of smilax Zip-
d a son born February 10 in Mrs. Virgil Jordan. Following a wedding trip to
Contact of Starke r. honor She was attired in a centered with a three-tiered perer
one our Riverside Hospital. Grand- Mrs. Gerald Griffis, Mrs. the Southern part of the state,
more details: parents are Mr. and Mrs. V; floor length gown of red satin fountain wedding cake John Arthur Reddish Mrs. A. the couple will reside in
David Hodges 964.8494Bill R. Ferguson and E. L. Mat- with sweetheart neckline and decorated with red sweetheartroses B Patray, Mrs. B. L. Moxley Starke.
sleeves. The
fingertip and accented with a pairof
Kelton 964.6468 thews. Jr. Mrs. Homer Hart Mrs.
with The bride will graduatefrom
Nichols 964.8158 bodice was girdled an white love birds. The cake
Doug attached sash of matching was flanked on either side by Joseph Hogue, Mrs Joseph BUS in 1975 and is employed "
Vern Parmenter 48-1521 ReedHonored
Sharon material. She carried an two five-branch silver candel- Dorko,Mrs. Henry T. Godwin. as a dental assistant to.
P.O. Box 1026 English style garden basket of abras with burning tapers and Mrs. Dolph Reddish Mrs. Dr. Harry Gruen. The groomis
StarkeFla.32091LIBERTY At red carnations, white statice, two epergnettes holding white Linda Kay Johns, Mrs. Jerry a 1973 graduate of BUS andis
Bridal ShowerMiss baby's breath and white pom- Andre' roses and white sta Dyal and Misses Joan Dyal self-employed at JB's Quick
poms with red satin Lynn Moxley, Vicki Turner Stop on U. S. 301, South of
Sharon Reed bride- streamers. Her only ornamentwas tice.The two silver punch bowls, and Marlynn Patray. Starke. "
elect of Thomas A. Sanders
NATIONALLI qf 'a pair of diamond earrings encircled with smilax, held ice
Lake City, was honored at a Little Women
: INSURANCE COMPANY floats made of red bridal Jones-Hallmark
bridal shower on Feb. 7 in the
tOME) t -mt l BIKMINIjHAM: AMA Bridal attendants were roses. The tables were overlaid
2.1321(2.20 home of Mrs. Johnny Sanders Misses Debbie Bobo Nancy with white brocade cloths. Plan Sock Hop Wedding Feb 22
with Mrs., Ida Sanders and
Lee, and Teresa Gaskins, Presiding at the punch bowls
. Mrs. Glenda-- Sanders as cousin of the bride. Their were Mrs. TF,'Mixon, Mrs. The Little Women's Club of ,The wedding of Kathy Marie
:l';. "i hostesses!! _- "'f.<: t. ''V. gowns were identical to that of .Laver) Dyal, and Mrs:Wayne Starke Is planning a Sock Hopat Jones ,and James Samuel
the honor attendant, in, red Parrish, aunts of the bride. the club house on Saturday Hallmark III be an event' of
satin. They carried English Pouring coffee was Mrs: evening. Feb 15, from 9:30: to Feb: 22 at 8 p,m. in the New

style garden baskets of red Edwin Williams, and cuttingthe 12 midnight following the River Baptist Church
and relatives
EXAMINER HEARING carnations white statice cake were Mrs. S. C. basketball game. Tickets are All friends are
baby's breath and white pom- Harley Jr. and Mrs. ArthurR. $1 per person. invited to

poms with red satin .Gaskins, aunts of the bride. Jay Stone of radio station
streamers. Mrs. Betty Ann Griffis of WGGG will be featured as disc : KKIDGKCLUBRKStLTS
Little Yvonne Bobo at- Lake Butler kept the bride's jockey for the dance. All students :
DOCKET NO. 74761-TP tended as flower girl with a book. are invited to attend. T.Sundem and Mrs. J. II.

red floor length empire waist The gift table was overlaid ............,...........,..,.. Mmesmger were the winning
FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONto dress with red dotted Swiss with a white brocade cloth, couple at Duplicate Bridge
over the dress, and matchingred and was attended by Miss Mrs. Myrtle Anderson was Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs.
She carried in Callahan last Tuesday and' Hick James were second and
satin sash. an Betty Jane Morgan and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wrenshallwere
basket filled Wednesday visiting Mr. and
English garden Mansell Ayer.Assisting ,
FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE COMPANYand with white Andre.: rose petals. < in serving and Mrs. John Anderson. third.


NOTICE n'D' eiRV that an Examiner designated by 'the Florida Public Service Commission will hold public
hearings -TO at the time and place designated herJinbelow on the Petition of Florida State
Telephone Company for authority to increase its rates and charges so that it will have the opportunity to earn a rate
Of Block
Block H&R
of return of approximately 9.21 per cent on Its August 31. 1974, year end rate base which will produce additional Henry
annual gross revenues of$282.372 at the following time and place:

Regarding Income Tax Rebates. '

10 : 00 a.m., C.S.T., Wednesday February 19, 1975

Holmes County Courthouse Following ,the announcement of President Ford's proposed income tax rebate

201 North Oklahoma plan for individuals. I recommended an alternate ,plan to both the Presidentand

I Congressional leaders. I believe my plan is more equitable and would
Florida 32425
Bonifay .>-I;;',:' maximize the economic impact. Here's how I compare the two plans:

and Y .

9 :30 a.m., Friday February 21 1975 .,I'I THE FORD PLAN: THE BLOCK PLAN:

Bradford County Courthouse i 1. Would, give flat 12 percent rebates 1. Would give graduated declining percent-

': ,. totaling $12 billion. age rebates totaling an amount to be

Starke, Florida 32091 determined by,Congress.

2. Would give a maximum $1,000 rebate to 2. Would give a maximum 40'% tax rebate

those with an income tax of $8,333. at lowest income levels declining to zero

PURPOSE OF HEARINGThe (Most taxpayers with incomes of $40,000 for those with an Adjusted Gross Income -

purpose of these hearings shall be to permit the Petitioner to make a presentation of its testimony and exhibits or more would receive a $1,000 rebate.) in excess of$40,000.
in support of its Petition for a rate Increase and to permit all public witnesses who so desire the opportunity to give

testimony regarding the proposed rate increase as well as the adequacy and the quality of service being rendered by 3. Would give the largest rebates to those 3. Would give the largest rebates to low
the telephone company, to permit intervenors if any, actively participating In the case to present evidence. and to middle
conduct cross-examination of all witnesses at the conclusion of their testimony who are least likely to spend the money. and income persons most in need :
of tax relief and most likely to spend '


procedure to be followed at said hearing shall be as follows: With respect to the hearing on February 19, ;
Would base the rebate the 4. Would base the rebate I i.
4. tax tax .
on percentage
Petitioner shall give a brief summary of its case at the outset. Following that, members of the public shall be per-
mitted to testify regarding the Petition. At the conclusion of the public witness testimony the Petitioner shall then amount of the 1974 tax paid. on Adjusted Gross Income and then .-

present its testimony and exhibits in support of the Petition,followed by cross-examination by the Commission staff. apply it to the tax..eliminating additional

tax advantage to those already 'V
With respect to the hearing on February 21, Petitioner shall give a brief summary of its case at the outset. benefiting from tax shelters. '
Following that members of the public shall be permitted to testify regarding the Petition. At the conclusion of the 1 ij
public witness testimony,the Commission staff shall conclude its cross-examination if necessary. '


the Petitioner has proposed certain revisions to its existing tariff in order to generate the additional WRITE THE PRESIDENT, YOUR REPRESENTATIVES AND SENATORS Make your

revenues, the Commission is not bound by such proposals and will give consideration to applying said increases, if views known, whichever plan you prefer. They ,are the ones who will pass and approve''

any are authorized the manner it deems fair,reasonable and proper. such legislation.FILE .

Copies of Petitioner's proposed tariff revisions are available for inspection at the Commission's main office 700
EARLY The Internal Revenue Service is urging file their
taxpayers to returns early.It .
South Adams Street,Tallahassee, Florida,and at the offices of the Petitioner.
is likely that the sooner the return is filed the sooner the taxpayer will receive any .rebate

permitted by new legislation. And, if you are entitled to a regular tax refund the sooner
file the will receive it.'
sooner you
assure that the public is aware of the public hearing scheduled in this matter, Florida State Telephone Com you ,
pany is directed to publish in a newspaper of general circulation in its service area, on two separate dates prior to '
the scheduled hearing dates,quarter page advertisements setting forth fully the time and place of the public hearing If you have any, questions about your income taxes visit or call anyone

scheduled herein and the nature and scope of said hearing. Said notice shall also advise the public that they may, of our more than 7,000 offices nationwide., There is never a charge for

testify at said hearing with respect to adequacy and quality of service and the proposed rate increase. Proof of tax information fof answering questions: .. '
publication that such notices have been published should be tiled with the Commission prior to the commencement of or your I

the,public hearing. '

At said time all interested parties will be given an opportunity to be fully heard. ,. '

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Projects !: ,i. Wedding
Teenage Volunteers "
made '\ pointed times during the
Valentine tray favors for the
patients at Bradford County (J Mr. and Mrs. of evening were Mrs. Charles
Darby, and Mrs. C. M. Clark.
j Hospital at their meeting ... were hosts at a will
Tuesday night of last week at .",:. dinner Thursday, 14, At the opposite end of the
the home of Mrs. Linda Johns honoring their table, serving Iced mocha
son '
from the silver punch service,
J with Mrs. Jimmy Lawson, cosponsor and fiancee,
Miss Colleen Nichols and
assisting.The .... The dinner was on
Mrs Alvarez sisterof
girls discussed plans for Holiday Inn for 25 and the Gregory bride-elect. ,
renovating the children'sward table were
U-shaped was
at the hospital.The with a fan-shaped Inviting guests to the family
-'' room refreshment table were
Volunteers are conduct ment of red M.
ing a baby-sitting service white daisies. The Jack, Mrs. Reddish and Mrs. Hazen.
during February at 75 cents tables were Drew Serving fruit punch were Miss
tvr for each child and Mrs. Vicky Turner and Miss
25 cents for garland of greenery
each additional child.Anyone carnations. Mrs. Sandra Edwards Others
wishing a baby-sitter the dinner and assisting in serving and
may During
y contact Pam Tucker at 964- Romero-Hardy Engagement ToldMr. pective groom Hamilton."t caring for the guests during
a the party hours were Mrs.
to his attendants.
6019.Mrs.. Johns served refresh- and Mrs. Epifanio The wedding is planned for Among those halter Sonny Tenly, Mrs. Marion
ments during the social hour. Romero of Okeechobee an- ,July 18 in the First Baptist were the short Payne, Mrs. Eldon Hardy
nounce the engagement and Church, Starke. maternal by a Mrs. George Pierce, Mrs E.
D.Tenly, Mrs. Charles Hardy,
approaching marriage of their by
Sharon Reed bride-to-be,Mr. and
daughter, Esther Julia, to the Mrs Dolph Reddish Mrs.
With Harley, Jr., and
UDC Meets
Lennard Register, and Misses
Thomas Sanders Donald Edwin Hardy, son of Mrs. J. C. Brown of the .
Sandra and Karen
Mr. and Mrs. Charles their Chitty.
Wedding Feb. 28 Starke. Hardyof Mrs. C.. N. Christy Ga.minister Mr.of Brown the First J. T. Guests called between the
Miss Romero, of Mr. party hours of 7:30: to 10 p.m.
Tampa W. T. Weeks chapter, UDC, Church.
Louis Crews of Starke announces formerly of Starke, graduatedfrom heard a on of The 1 honored couple received a
the engagement and Bradford High School in "Southern Dialect" presentedby serving dish in their chosen
approaching marriage of his 1972 and is attending the Uni- Mrs. Elzie Sanders, at the china pattern as a memento of
y Sharon Ruth Reed, versity of South Florida. She Historian, at the February Mrs. Arlin pre the occasion.
4v to A. Sanders, son of will graduate in June. meeting last Wednesday at J. R. Kite, Mrs by
Mr.and Mrs. J. D. Sanders of Mr. Hardy, a 1969 graduateof the home of Mrs. C. N. Bailey,Mrs. M. A. into
Lake City. Bradford High School, Is Christy. Co-hostesses were Mrs.Delano Thomas party Local admittances to
Miss Reed and Mr. Sandersare attending the University of Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. J. the American and Bradford County Hospital this
both employed with the Florida and is interim D. Seymour. meeting at the dining week include: Miss Theresa
I Division of Corrections. Miss director of music at the First Mrs. Guy Sale, president, Florida last an Moore, Mrs. Grace Van Pelt,
A Reed is with the Reception Baptist Church of Keystone announced there will be a district weekend Miss lace Mrs Clara"" Griffis, Joseph
-\ and Medical Center in Lake HeIghts. two meeting on Feb. 15 in and Mrs. Kite will pink Stewart, Mrs. Lucille Horn-
Butler and Mr.Sanders is with Cancer Society was
I Jacksonville The chapter
I sby, Enos Hayes,.Mrs. Dottie
the Lake City Community Tampa. of
voted to change its meeting
Lee and Mrs. Flora Crawford,
Correctional Center. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Brown .
time from 3:30: to 3 p.m, in the Starke Mrs. Gertrude
The wedding is planned for and family of Augusta, Ga. future. plates ;
:' Feb. 28.Emory. were Thursday to Saturday Mrs. Lester" Crews invited Mr. and Mrs. were Houser, Keystone Heights;
Shaw Brooker and
} Cassie Autry, 44., will model In the annual Spring Fashion guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. W the chapter to meet with her in ton and children Tay Mrs.Harvey Annie Bell Flowers; ,
Show, sponsored by the Starke Junior Woman's Club, on Hamilton. March. spent weekend in tall Hawthorne.
March 7 at 7 p.m. In the Woman's Club In Starke. This year's PrevattBirthday parents, Mr. and in the
Miss Sandra M. Callan has Rosier at the State
of the
fashion show will feature a real carousel and Is appropriatelyentitled Mrs. A. B. Whitehead Sr.:
"Carousel of Spring." completed her nursing assistant Paul Carter underwent surgery Mrs.and Mrs. S. W. the
PartyLittle visited Mrs. A. W, Whitehead
last week in Alachua
Fashions will be modeled from local stores as guests course at the GainesvilleVA party setting. Pouring at the Jr in Lake Butler Sunday.
consume a spaghetti supper. Cassie Is the daughter of Mr. Prevatt celebrated Hospital and is now em- General Hospital. silver coffee service at ap
and Mrs. Robert M. Autry of Starke. his first birthday ployed at the VA Hospital and ,-
living in Gainesville.Mr. .
Sunday afternoon at a party

given by his parents, Mr and and Mrs. W. H. Stein-
Teenager Volunteers OfferingTo Mrs. Emory Prevatt,. Jr.,,at meyer, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Save $40 off Price
their home on Brooker Road. Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. a set Regular
The Winnie-the-Pooh theme
Baby Sit To Raise Funds Mark N. Herlong of
was carried out in refresh- Jacksonville were Sunday
ments and table decorations. visitors of Mrs.W.F. Herlong.
Fourteen local teenage If interested, phone Pam Balloons and favors were

girls w how, the ork Teenage as volunteers Volunteers for the Tucker, 964-6019. given to the youngsters. Friends of Mrs. N. D Wain- On Sale for 30 Days Only!

Bradford County Hospital, are The girls are charging 75 Out-of-town guests Included wright, Jr. of Hollywood, Fla. _
cents per hour for one child great grandparents, Mr and will be interested that she was
offering to baby sit during Mrs.J.G.Adkins of Hampton,
and 25 cents per hour for eachadditional the honored guest and fea-
February as a fund raising child. Mr. and Mrs. J.'Walter Pre tured musician in a musical
project vatt of Gainesville, Mr.: and resented in Miami, ;
Mrs.Joel Smith and family of dedicate to the National
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Federation of Music Clubs.On
Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr. and Calvin Richard and daughterof Vk111
Tommy Gumber of Feb. 9, Mrs. Wainwright and
Lakewood, Ohio was a Sunday Mrs. Charles Darby visited Ocala, little Josh Lewis of her sister, Mrs.W. D. McDou-
guest of Mr and Mrs. Robbie Mrs. C. W. Chalker and Mrs.J. Brooker, and members.of. the. gald, also a composer, pre-
M. in Gainesville
Darby family and friends.
Shaller. sented a joint concert in Pom- _
Saturday. ...:r Heyn tt Kyn Vg* pano Beach featuring theirmusical Ar

Mrs. Arlin McKnight was in Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Oxford .Len Eaves celebrated his l.compositions.,? +'* a
,Tampa last Thursday and Friday ,and Mrs, May Oxford of Cave- eighth birthday.Monday after- '
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attending the ,Florida r n .
Mrs A.
ImKock, Ill. were Sunday'ovemlght'guests'of noon when his mother, ;
.' Conference.on School Health. Mr. and 'J. Eaves'gave' a small partyfor Mrs. L. ;.N.i,Pickering and
him and several friends at Mrs.: Arlin Mcknight ,spent : tiAL.N
Mrs. L C. Early.
Hildebran under- last Wednesday Friday with Iv.
Mrs. Gary their home on Colley Road. }I o
went surgery last week in Following the party the Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Pickering ;
Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin
Alachua General Hospital. children enjoyed hamburgersat I in Lakeland. \
spent last week at Lake Kerr.
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Page 4 TELEGRAPH February 13.1875Coveted

Daylight Savings

Effective Feb. 23 Bicentennial Celebration Starts Early" With Holiday.. On Ice Show March 11-16

information is phoning the Coliseum 633-
America's 220th Anniversary around a central theme of Complete
Beginning at 2 a.m. Sunday, of Independencewill "Celebration" then topping obtainable by writing or 2900.
February 23 the nation will be officially celebrated i in I it off with the "Salute to
revert to daylight saving time 1976. But in the 1975 edition ol America" finale. Those ,tt"m:
which will be in effect for the Holiday on Ice!: the festivitiesare audiences who have alreadyseen
next eight months or until the well underway. This 4d't the show have obviously WHAT'S HAPPENED TO,
last Sunday in October. year's Holiday on Ice ex t C been deeply impressed and
The nation's clocks and travaganza is sub-titled "A moved by it, because standing MASTOID OPERATIONS?
r watches will be set forwardone Salute to America" and ovations have showered the
hour on February 23 to features perhaps the most cast with praise at nearly all
end four months of standard impressive and spirited performances. V VThirtyfive

time since last October 27 production finale ever stagedby Holiday on Ice will open box Mastoiditis,
;years ago an Inflammation -
Unless some change is the famed ice skating t "r g offices at the Coliseum, Civic
made by Congress the e-- m of the mastoid bone cells located
regular revue: Auditorium, Hemming Park,
pattern of six months of The opening performance of Regency,; Square and Gatewayon behind the eats, was responsible for many
daylight time and six monthsof Holiday on Ice of 1975 Is slated Monday February 10. operations which left unsightly scars. Now, a
standard will once again for Tuesday, March 11 at the Ticket prices for adults are prescription for a few dollars worth of medication 4
take over. Coliseum in Jacksonville. A $3.50, $4.50 and $5.50. Juniors it taken In time, makes an operation 1unaeeessary. '4
Congress put the nation on total of 8 performances will be will enjoy extra savings at .
10 straight months of daylight presented, including 2 certain performances that
time last year in an effort to matinees. feature reduced prices. But, any pain about the ear should receive I)
conserve energy. The current tour of Holidayon
Immediate medical attention. You save sickness
Ice marks its 30th Anniversary ANIMAL ANTICS In a spe- Smnkey Says
time and perhaps even ;your life when yon
The show was first cial sequence which attests to
seen on the fairgrounds in the genius of Costume consult a physician.:
Ljou,Knou .
Milwaukee,Wisconsin in 1945., Designer Helen Colvis, these GIVE THANKS FOR ', i
crown that will grace the head of new Strawberry Since then millions upon delightful Hippos prove that YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
Queen for 1975.Strawberry. millions of fans have seen can dance..well almost J SDUKES>' when you need a delivery. We will deliver
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Curtis of anyone i Z ZS promptly without extra charte. A treat manypeople
Holiday on Ice during its anyone. CHESTER owte.TROTECTTHEMJ!
Erwin, Tenn. were rely oil us for their health needs. We
Set tours all the world. LESTER, and LUCILLE (the u
Queen Pageant many over
welcome for Hervlre and
visitors of Mrs.. R. Kite. = Os requests delivery chart
The show has never lost its Charming) will provide tons ? T sccoun"a.
For BHS Auditorium appeal, its of laughter for 1 1
March 29 !Mrs.\ J. E. Hardy Mrs. never stopped everyone ol lr 4 .
continued growth.As when Holiday on Ice brings its
Levon Andrews Mrs. Eva
The Junior Woman's Club of ticipation in a community a theme for the 30th :30th Anniversary edition to Phone 964-675Z
Neill. Mrs. T. C. Hazen
Starke will again sponsor the program such as the Mrs. Guy Andrews and ,Mrs.Jr., Anniversary edition of the Coliseum In Jacksonville, KOCH'S DRUG STORE
Bradford County Strawberry Strawberry Queen Pageant," Olin White last Holiday on Ice, the producers from Tuesday, March 11,
Queen Pageant in March Mrs. Goodowns added. St. Augustine.Mrs. spent. Fridayat through Sunday, !March 16. \ dl PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS
:Mrs. Charles Goodowns In announcing that this 1
166 W. Starke
president, announced this Ga'a .? Fla.,
organization plans con- H. M. Richarde, Mrs.J. 2lhe..JG0. decided to establish a feeling'of I \ to
tinuation of the Strawberry 1\\Q\
R. Kite, and Mrs. Eve festivity, fun aad freedom. ,,
The event this will be ,
year Queen Pageant sponsorship
the 12th Annual Strawberry Mrs. Goodowns said it will be Godwin attended the fun'eralof Mrs. Edward Burns and They have been highly successful A Tlitinkiigit IIIK i ru)'r. wA s
Mrs. Isabelle Edwards in Mrs. John Reeves of in building the show
Queen Pageant "We are held this year on March 29 at .
Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. Jacksonville were Sunday ____ .. rAt
again serving as sponsors of the Bradford County High
the pageant this year becausewe School Auditorium. Edwards will be visitors of Mrs. J. E. Wilson.: *
remembered as the sister of
believe it provides a Entrants will be judged on TOWERINGGIFT
Mrs. Helen Wallace.Mr. .
and Mrs. Rod Struth and
valuable contribution to the natural beauty only. This will
community and to the be to include children of Plant City Mr. and
young interpreted
and Mrs. Marc Jackson OFFER!
Mrs. Bobby Case and family
ladies who will enter the figure,hair, face personality
attended Peddler's Limited
a and Miss Martha Struth of
competition Mrs. Goodownssaid and poise. Judging will be $8.50 VALUE
convention in Jacksonville
Lake and Miss Nancy
in announcing plans of made on appearance in
the weekend.Mr. FREE with Purchase
over Struth of Gainesville will
her organization."We swimsuit, evening gown,
believe it serves the sportswear, and street spend the weekend with their
clothes. and Mrs. Charles mother Mrs. Lou Struth.
well because it
Fritsch of Guilford, and Mr.
focuses attention on the high The Junior Woman's Club is Van H. PriestW.
Charles Fields of Jacksonvillewere
Mrs. Annie Mae Ensor of
calibre of young ladles who now accepting entries for the
Sunday visitors of Mrs.
are residents of our area and Strawberry Queen Pageant to Jacksonville visited her
J. F, Fields. mother Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Call St. Starke
we believe it serves youth well be held on March 29. Entry
J because it provides the opportunity blanks may be obtained from over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakken
for the young ladies Mrs. Charles Goodowns, 1378 visited Mr. and Mrs. Nick First QualityCorduroy First QualityDouble
who compete to gain added Blanding Street, Starke, Mrs. Martha Hurst of In-
poise through public ap- phone 964.8652; Mrs. Pat Crosby Hawthorne Sunday dianapolis, Ind. is visiting Mr.,
pearances and to gain Welch, 315 N. St. Clair.Starke, and Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mrs. Knit
maturity through par- phone 964-8721: or Mrs. Jerry Bud Schuler Clyde Sinclair for several
Wilson, Short Street, Starke, and Robyn weeks. She was accompaniedhere
phone 9648210. Evans of New Orleans were Wednesday by her son $188
Sunday to Wednesday guestsof 7j7j 7j- 2joo Yd
Deadline for entering the and daughter-in-law Mr. and
Mr. and _
FLORIDATHEATRE pageant is March 19. Richardson.Mr. Walter Mrs. N. S. Hurst who spent
the night. jf
All Winter

and Mrs. R. O. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kois-, lAss
Mrs. Margie Dowling Dansby visited Mr. and Mrs. tinen of Roseville, Mich. were
returned Sunday after two J. B. Dansby in Perry Mon- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Clothing Off
weeks visit with her son-in- day. Thornton last week. r------------------l, ,' ,
law and daughter, Mr and
Fri Sat
& Sun r? a raj a
Mrs. Kinard in San Emulsion' Make-Up Textttnzerand
Gary Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. Greg Reddish son of Sheriff our new Milky, Freshener
Antonio;Texas Pearl Colson spent Sundayand and Mrs. Dolph Reddish wason Right' now the Tower ol Beauty g *. Household 2Plastic
t, ,t Mr. and Mrs: Dale Johns Monday),,with< Mr,a and the Dean's List at Jhe University _, I ,to Is yours you wiih,our this complimentary, coupon and gMt any 1 1
its and Rick Johns were snow- Mrs. Mike May in Ocala and,, of South FloridaforVQuarter $6 00 cosmetic purchase Now 1 '
skiing in the North Carolina were in New Port Richey I, The Dean's 'List,";' a Ihet beautiful s the, height value1' 'ol) beauty (and
mountains over the weekend. Monday on business. required a minimum'3.5 GPRt 1 2FolFull ? 1 I
at least 12 hours of Only at your
'dilas e .. average on I '
2 -. --- course work. Greg is a juniorin mERLE noRmAn

Need Cash : Sciences.the College of Natural' I COSmETIC STUDIO 1 or Twint / Double

WALT DISNEY j Loans Up to '2500 THE BRADFORD 1 STARKE j Blankets /2off Knit oo
COUNTY TELEGRAPH s/ 117 South Thompson q
Published every Thursdayat Seconds

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Income Tax Preparation Rates:
\ In tr.de.r: 16.00 per 1 ACK "fD12rSSES
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Planned Tours Anywhere In The World Outside trade 1.
TECHNICOLOR'* area: $7.00
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February 13,1975 TELEGRAPH Pages

UC School BudgetCut

't-1 $195,000LAKE


ex: BUTLER Faced Terminal Retirement pay,,
with a $195.000 slashing of the and finally $4,000 has been
DAY school board's current saved on Ihe salary of a
operating budget, Supt Vocational Director that we
Jimmy Cason presented a jointly employed with
proposal Tuesday, February Bradford County. The total
11, for the board's cOnsideration reductions that I am
$ in reducing the recommending for your approval -
family centers SPECIALS expenditures previously in those six items
approved by the Board when amounts to $76,500.
.the budget was adopted. "The balance needed to
The school board approvedthe bring our budget'In line will
budget cuts "Please note require a reduction of $118,500
the six items listed under A in our reserve account This
O ODPDL( D 0fJiJrn1:3!(! ( : 100% Polyester The first item for $18,000 has will leave approximately
been cut from the supplies and $16,500 in the reserve fund
SHOPPING equipment previously approved which should cover certain
301 South Starke Fla. for the individual unbudgeted expenses recently
U.Sp DOUBLEKNITS schools. The amount includedfor approved by the board such as

Mon <' Wed, 9 To 8 Thurs Sat. 9 To 9 Sunday 12-6 maintenaace has been band uniforms" and girls
reduced by 11000. Legal, athletics Cason said
Prices Good Thru Sun. expenses, we have found can "In addition we can expectto
Easy care Doubleknitl! The only way to sewl! The ideal fabric for any wardrobe. be reduced by $6,000 Capital receive approximately

All the latest fashion perfect colors. 58/60" Wide. Easy care, never needs outlay reduced projects by $35,000 have, which been $6,823 anticipated more The than greater originally partof

ironing Machine wash on warm setting. Tumble dry. Remove promptly to includes the lighting projectsat which will be from local
VALENTINE GREETING prevent i wrinkling.Reg.$2. the gymnasium and tennis taxes in the amount of 4398.
courts, the construction of a "Also we are making every
warehouse for maintenanceand attempt to improve the ad-
CARDS supplies and the ministration ol the Exceptional ,
6 6
$ elimination of a school bus Child Program
2 body. Another $2,500 has been Vocational Program and the

We have Valentine cards for everybody YARD cut from the Employee generate scheduling additional of students slate to
on your dollars for the second half (if
UC Officials the current school year,"
Cason concluded.
Set Meeting Cason last month apprised
4 $ 1 00 WHIRLAWAY the board oi (the $195,000
On cutback in funds and attributed -
ed Hospital $72.000 ol the loss in
jEach $266 revenue to an error in
Each PRINTS LAKE BUTLEK Chairman calculation by the State
J, D, Uriffis.\ Board of Department of Education
Trustees, Union I General $92.000) is for the county's
Hospital has called a special exceptional child and
60/62"/ Wide. 65"% Dacron Polyester, 35"% Cotton. Ideal for dresses, and meeting of the board to be vocational programs when
blouses. Machine wash warm. Do not dry clean. Shop T.G.&V's Fabric Depart- held Friday, February 14, student enrollments did not
ment for all sewing needs! beginning at 1 p.m, in Room come up to expectations and
your 101 of the Union County Court. $11.000: was lost in Ihe .statewide -
house Lake Butler. cutback in.lunds.
Purpose of the meeting will The Board approved the
be a discussion of a managerial budget adjustments as
KILT CLOTH PLAINS contract between (the recommended by Cason
hospital trustees and HealthCare
198 Facilities Inc., of Fort
100% fill 100% *rP Lauderdale Griffis said. Chamber Advised
44/45"/ Wide. 100% Cotton face. Polyester
In addition to the trustl'eS.the .
Acetate tricot back. Machine wash on warm setting. Bright and Yard county commissioners and Stand
colorful. Great for children's rooms, curtains, pillows. Such the county attorney Senator
CONVERSATION happy patterns! Bob Saunders of Gainesvilleand On Unionization'
Rep George Grosse of
Marietta have been muted' 1 to
HEARTS STARK The (ward of
1rDZrrm; attend the meeting.
Health Care Facilities had governors of the Chamber ol

7 oz. bag of Conversation Hearts. DELUXE VALENTINE PREFERRED PRINTS previously of made their an plan oral to presentation reopen --' Thursday Commerce against was advised akmg/last a

The candy heart that has sayings $198 the Union: County stand on unionization ol
ol the : ol'
and them. employees City
on CHOCOLATES Hospital which has been
44/45" Wide 100" Cotton. Ideal for dresses or blouses. Machine closed since Mat, 1974 Starke
wash warm. Another great buy from T.G,&Y.I Further consideration of the To 1 take'a stand on the issueof
I' BARGAINBUY plan has been delayed due to unionization is against the'
1 pound of deluxe creamy smooth the expiring terms of former law. Attorney George Pierce J
told the
,. lentine chocolates. members liuckner Levels and governors.! is
.'. i. 1... Curl Brown and the tragic immediate past-president of
death ol l'o\ln ton !Mood- Chamber and a member

r DANDY DENIM I PRINTS I le\J., Felton Smith, lormer; the ixMrtUol is the '."law Governors of the land"tIt
< haIhe freedom
t chairman/ of the counts that employees -
Now Our $29'9 commissioners and Doyle l right and privilege to
41 printed Denim Look Prints. 45" Wide. 100% Cotton Crease Archer were recently join a union il I Hie majoritj
Only Low (resistant finish. Ideal for dresses or sportswear. Machine wash $ by Uo\'vrnur Askew appointed to desires, Pierce said That is
Price (warm. Tumble dry, Remove promptly. Great way to sew and look j59 the hospital hoard replacing the case vv ith employees of he I

I good all the time! Lewis The and appointment Broun ol one Staike A motion Utility l II\ Arthur Department Bruno.

Hampton' member, was approved -
other member to replace
".(f thai no action be taken
\\oodlej is pending
by the Chamber on the subjectol

: m e m MIST SHEATH LINING Club Donates (lardy unionization.seconded an attorney The b>' Dudley motion"was and -

$500 To LCCCFoundation Pierce's partner

6: .' 45" Wide. 65"% KodefPolyester, 35% Combed Cotton. Permanent h Committee appointmentswere
press. Machine wash warm.' Tumble dry. Remove promptly. Be 98 't' announced by pevvS) \ '

A sure to shop at T,G,&Y. for fabric and sewing notions and SAVE) Yd 'LAKE: lit"1'LEI-The I Lake J President at Ihe Bill first Glover board, presiding ol-

( (' College ....
HEART 'ity 11111 mum ty governors mw\Bg\ ': Committee
trs' Foundation the lecipienlol heads are.: membership
,m, ; a V:>oo donation I from the Dale Brown-.indas frial,
hCOLATES KITE / PLASTIC KITES Hlllal'Iuh. of.l l Luke Buller. del clopmenl. Ken-I'lat J- !!; 1.1 grv,
Tuesdav. February It I culture. George lluggmsi u-
1 Ib. box of Rotary President KavmondBaer retail merchants. Max"
Valentine Choc- i\ Selection! made t the presentationon and
creamy TWINE I K' r, Big Baldwin; tourism promo--
olates. 1 11b. box of the finest .-:- hl'llilll'II" \the Kolaiians to lion Bill Glover and" ((John
Our 9 Valentine Chocolates. $ :;- (Frank ('useII" Lake ('It1'l'pl'eh'I"in' \', Mvers.. cochairman; government -
Low $19 Remember her with 200 Ft. .. 0" wing span. the college(.( and education. Jim
\ .J with foundation and UudfcSl Hard .
candy.'C,. : two h Temple ) :
Price '' sticks "'I he local I ltotary donation co-chairman, temporary spe-
'VP' 44't' \\ill be matclwd on a nine lor cial committee to work on the
14C '."*.,",.,'\/ Assorted colors to one basis hIhe' staR1. The bad check problem in the
/-" choose from. Buy total gilt to I the foundation toll area. !Mac Baldwin ;ivO**
:tV Now And Savel Ea. "
(FUN be $5.000 President Baer The governors also xotetMb
said sponsor a Little League baseball -
Local businessmanilson team lor the Stake
f VALENTINE CARDS Ft. Rivers is a past president ol Recreation Department at a'
.I (the foundation and banker
BABY "BA : KITE cost ol SIN
.-- Plul1.: Kiherd is presently
;, ;+ 36 with envelopes. Lots 37030 C serving on its board ol
+ of fun cards for the children! 48" wing span. Orange, directors
black and white colors. President Baer is pastor ol 1
'' Tailless. Just insert crossover the First Christian Church in
;;; sticks and its ready to Lake Butler.

i y *, Ju' fUN'VAI.EI\ITIN\ MERICABa fly in seconds.
.: 79' 13 InterviewsSet

'A.. BUY NOW 1

. VALENTINE t."( Q. '. AND SAVE! 77'ti' : :Hospital For BC Head AakCharley

STAHKE Fourteen applications -
lor the job of administrator

CARDS .. Bradford County ot the Hospital 43-bed

67 HEATERS i were examined Tuesday night E.
Golden "T" i 3 y the hospital's board of
trustees.: John

ra. Y ...... The board will ,begin interviewing -
: 13 of the applicants
24 glittered Valentines with ,,.# _fft tonight (Thursda>'. February dawned
on me my'
envelopes, including one ===-== j i 1500 Watt 13at 7 p.m,1) and continue next landlord's fire Insurance
w Monday and Tuesday night
for teacher. ====
---===- 1718. There are possibly two wouldn't cover my personal
=--=- Instant heat. ". .no or three more applicants who belonging in the

Golden -r' AUTOMATIC HEATER !==-= waiting for warm! upl are expected- to submit apartment I rent. My

II DELUXE III ==== Fan forced air-tip over resumes.Names under discussion clothing, jewelry, camera,
=:::__i.uat _, sWitch-chrome safety Tuesday night were Oliver H. sports equipment ........-
_._:... ==:=.. ",. ., -uard. IS" x 11-3/4"
q, 1 ---; -:::: x fVspinwall, Jr.; Richard D. TV set, etc. must be worth
:i --" I Il ,. 6" Size Ideal for home Edrnondson. brother of for. $1500 at least. What kind
1000-1800 watts. Push button' or office. mer administrator R. F, of insurance should I hare
Pkg. control, fan forced air safety I N845T Edmondson; Earl H. Johnson :
23-1/2" Hugh D. Jones Louis to cover both theft and
tip-over switch.,, x, j
: "
Mustard. Gilbert G. Nelson. damage? <(
15-1/2"x 9""U.lll ted. .
: .,,1 } '
H, Virgil Parker. W. T.
$ Pierce. William I. Riddle, Av
1 W.WiIIB.. j88' P.. Rodrique Kenneth R. Charley E.JOHNSAGENQ.
: ;
." H.ppy Ta $ fl' Scott. Ted WhitleYI and
4 11.1., .. Yaar MM/Y- J8E.I Tilford S. Yeager. ;,
If r.a Ar. Net The position open
J -- -....... With .. *655T ONIY the resignation of George 131 SO.WALNUT$1V1 J*

.. ',!:_' PIMOIII' W ..,.,.'.... ,Aar rtMMlust .., Canova over a month ago at PHONE, 4B07CTo ,
..- tl''J- the request of three members "
of the hospital I trustee* '
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6 TELEGUAPII February 1a. 1975

_- Board Refuses To Name Sole Bargainer


(From Page 1)) capital outlay program prices indicated a total valueof mental Awareness Curricu
lum approved. Funds
Chairman Tommy Mobley amounting to $29,000. over $4,000 for the listed
have been made
announced, "It Is the consen- The board authorized Salleyto items. The amount approvedby available
.. sus of this board that neitherthe proceed with the working the board for their pure from the District Environ-
Union County Professional drawings and specificationswith .chase was $3,256.23.Approved mental Education Project.
Organization or the Union a view toward calling for an applic 'lon Contracts approved were.. for:
County Teachers Organization bids in time to get the work for state funds in the amount Cynthia K. Oppen $500;
be recognized as the sole completed during the summer of$6oo0under the Comm ..ty Joyce Lovelace Taylor- 400.$400; and Steve
bargaining agent as requestedby vacation and before the Education Grant program. i the admissionof
each body. To do so wouldbe beginning of school next IApproved
two students to the Union
-Performance contractsfor
showing partiality, September. three teachers who are County Adult High School to
.. Mobile Home In lengthy discussion
a on
.. 0 1 I "Our group has met all the matter of a permanent engaged in the development of make up credits required for
.. the requirements, including expulsion of an elementary ten mini-lessons in Environ- graduation.
'recognition from PERC and school student on the recom-

.. cent obtaining of the more required than membersfor 50 per- Mixon mendation the of board Principal was Juhan pre' 18 Earn Straight A's I
: :
At 1 Savings our organization. We have sented with a review of thechild's "
Big Marshall uina Miner
engaged in what we considerto disciplinary record at (From Page 1) Debbie
be a fair labor practice" the school which indicated a algebra II, conversational Deborah Miller Glenn
English, modern Mullins, Tony Osteen,
Ms. Oppen said in objecting to behavior problem of a"long Spanish

CHECK OUT I THE FOLLOWING 1 I . the board's decision. standing nature.The child has of science.Karen Reddish daughter of Smith Vorease Louis Patrick Smith Cindy Joy
been under the
"That is perhaps true but Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Reddish, Starling Sheila Starling,
the board does not want to be the division of mental health Miss Reddish'ssubjects Randall Thomas John Tyson,
t2 3 Br. Total Electric 65x12 A Br.1'/2 Bath accused of unfair labor prac- and plans have been made for are civics band, Ed Watts McCoy White,
further examination at thechlldren's
tice by recognizing Diane
group physical education English Sharon Williams

3TonA/C, Included Washer & Dryer I Included as Chairman sole bargaining Mobley said.agent Teaching Hospital clinic at in Gainesville Shands world literature II. science andalgebra Yawn Meng,and Wanda Tommy Batten Wise., Kevin '

The two groups UCTO and When board member Chuck Register son of Mr llth grade Robert Best, I'
650 ;; II $500.00 I I T 11 UCPO in competition with Ray Crawford's motion failed for a and Mrs. Lennard Register, Laura Box Michael Cooney
CASH DOWN each other for recognition as ten-day suspension member'Marla to. Crystal Lake. Register takes Andy Crews Mike' Crews
a second
sole bargaining agent for the
algebra II, conversational Marion Cummings, Denise
Dobbs moved for the
Tt.197212x65 Union County teachers have
Spanish English, modern DeVore, Debbie Douglas,
each been organized since the i permanent expulsion and his science. Edwards Alicia
3 Br.13/4 Bath S500 CASH 97.63amonth Union County Educational motion Crawford.was Member seconded Pam by Carolyn Roller daughter of Cynthia Jackson, Jennifer Jockel,
Association was dissolved last Mr. and Mrs. George Roller; Beverly Meng Laura Kay
Dobbs and
year.Craig. joined Lawtey. Miss Roller is Thomas, Scott
New 74 44 x 24 3 Br. 1V2 Bath Salley board architect Crawford In voting for the enrolled in Spanish I, world Tomlinson Charles Marshal
1974 3 Br. Full Carpet 2 Full Baths gave a rundown on his expulsion with Chairman cultures English science and Williard Wade. .
Mobley and Member Donald
preliminary plans for the algebra II, and physicaleducation 10th grade Michael Blake
remodeling of the Union Dukes voting no. Deborah Bradley Pam
600NM < I' ....> 1 > I I I II County Middle School and the In other matters at Tues- Kathy Taylor, daughter of Chapman, Cindy Beth Davis,
I I I Lake Butler Elementary day's meeting, the board: Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Taylor of Denise Durban Susan Ed.
School which calls for the --Approved an award for Starke. Miss Taylor's subjectsare wards Jay Godwin, Eoline
installation of heating ventilation bids for 60 new uniforms for Spanish 1, world cultures Green, Zedra Hamilton
Mobile Home and air-conditioning for members of the band at Union English science physical Nancy Hildreth Robin Hood
Mustang 31 rooms at the Middle School County High School at $77.76 education and algebra II James Livingston, Thomas
and 27 rooms at the Elementary each and awarded bids to four Students with A's and B's Meng, Lisa Mitchell, Gary
School. Salley's preliminary different companies for 39 are listed by grade: Runnells and John Samons.9th .
1650 N. Temple Ave. 964-7212 cost estimates for the two Items of equipment and hand 12th grade Billy Allen grade Mark Box,
projects totaled $$189.000 with tools for a construction trades Andy Baldree, James Cynthia Canova Laura
the county's share of the project. ,Company catalog Brownlee, Beth Chapman Chase, John Cooper Elbert
Karoline Clayton Benita Gowens Yolanda Hernendez
Franklin David Harper Thomas Johns, Latona
Lataln Herres, Phillip Johnson, Vickie Norman
4 Jenkins Rhoda Jones Joy Raymond Phillips Christie
Lame Evelyn Leverson, Redding, Linda Richardson
Christine Lewis Gloria Kenny Rodrique, Joy
McCutchen Mona Marchant, Williams and Elaine Nugent..

\ State Price Index. (From rage I II)

: _At the. request nf Mm fnr the school 1 lunch
Betty Brannon, Coordinator:of program following which the
National Florida Consolidated Statement of Condition, December 31, '1974 d the school lunch program board will go into executive
\ approved a staffing formulafor session with the Superintendent -
Banks ofFlorida food service employees as and board attorney Gene
recommended by the State Shaw to discuss procedures to
J. 1 Department.Set be followed on collective bar-
,; Monday, February 17, gaining practices which
d at 5 p.m. to award a purchase became effective January 1,
Assets Directors contract on meat and food 1975.

Cash and Due from Banks. . $ 237,936,410 DANIEL .
R. HUGH 38 Elect. .. .. (From Page I 1)
Investment Securities: Chief Executive Officer Treasurer ''

U.S. Treasury Securities. . . .,:, : ;"' 64.808.919 Daniel International.. .orporatlonBlrmlngbam. Alabama.. workers for three to be qualified selected Mrs.poll Bradford rLct's Fet County set for Courthouse.the next
U.S. Government Agency ,.... ... ., .......,.IjARRY A. DEBUTI'S .1'; .. Stokes said.' election; Mrs.'Stok'eg urges.One'first'established .
Obligations./ . .-,--" 8.1.051,67,4-. ,-r" ..." FomnerPresldellt .I". "/"""' -:": >rt.i riil'" ? ''x>. The clerk urges all Brooker' inTuesday's
Bonds. 242,691.843 Southern Company.uppervllle, Virginia *- ,.<'.'*,.,.. ......, residents to check to -see election was that a
State and Municipal '
whether they are registered to woman, Mrs. Willie Mae
Other Securities . . '. ., 40.851.013 CHARLES H.'DOLSONChairman. ;. vote in the city before the next McRae served as elections
Trading Account Securities. .. 10467.418 .'Executive Committee election.That information can deputy, said Mrs. Stokes.
Federal Funds Sold & Securities '. ," .j'.JI'". Delta Air Lines. Inc.,Atlanta Georgia be obtained from Supervisorof Other than that"first," it was'
'' Elections Neva Flynn in the
a quiet election.
Purchased Under Agreement .1 RICHARD E. EHLIS" ,;. .

to Resell . . ,:'. 103636.000 President' '.. y.
Loans and Discounts . .7. '," 703932.908 Florida National.Bank at Lakeland ; '. Primary Education Survey Set Here

Bank Premises & Equipment (net) . 36.286.302 O.P. HEWITT. IR. :i .......: .. M'.. ... .. Sample households from school or kindergarten. There
Other Real Estate Owned . . . 839,100 President .l, ., I this area will take part in a will be questions on the use of
Florida, National Bank at Orlando nationwide of day-care facilities.
"Y survey
Interest and Income Earned \ ,, ;, preprimary education to be

Not Collected. . . . 13,170.249 FRED H. KENT ,' .;' <,: ", w'' conducted the week of These questions "will be in
Other Assets .3,089,963 Kent.Jacksonville Sears Durden & Kent. Attorneys ;l ) February 17 by the Bureau of addition to those' asked

_r ;L'.......,:: ,' the Census. regularly in the monthly
. '. S 1.538,761.799Liabilities households in the
Total Assets. . CHAUNCEY W. LEVER Local survey on employment. The
.\' President and Chairman of the Board r: .'1 t:, survey are among the 50,000 survey is taken by the Bureaufor
Florida National Banks of Florida Inc. nationwide that have been the U. S. Department of
President scientifically selected to Labor which analyses and
Florida First National Bank of Jacksonville represent a cross section of all publishes the results. each
". : '1 &. '.. homes. month.
JOHNPH.esidentMANRYIR. '. t" Thomas W. McWirter,
and Stockholders' \
Equity '
: Director of the Bureau's
Florida National Bank & Trust Company! at Miami 1 I Regional Office in Atlanta, Information supplied by in
Deposits: individuals participating
said that interviewers will
Demand. . . . .., . S 581.128.273 ALLEN H. NEUHARTH visit homes to obtain in- the survey is confidential by

Time and Savings . .. . 82.641 .424 Gannett Company.and Chief Inc.Rochester.Executive New York formation.children about attending the numberof nursery law compile and results statistical are used totals.onlyto

Total Deposits. -. . . :> S 1.263,769,697 DR. ALTON OCHSNER anas..
..' ._
Federal Funds Purchased & Founder > : r
.. Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner Foundation Hospital -.
Securities" Sold Under "r, New Orleans, Louisiana v I '; '' "" %
Agreement to Repurchase . '" j! 66910.600 '.: '

Interest & Income Collected STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL .' ,' See Our
Former President. of Florida
Not t Earned . . . .. -?5.736,352 TallnhaHttee University ,. Y .
Provision for Taxes Interest, etc. . .' /' 8.396,722 :,; '.l \ ," ';,' .

Other Liabilities I . . . .. . .".I ..}92,720 J1| ].President PARRISH. JR. .. .' -j i '\*:' '"'",*' r Root Trees

Total Liabilities . *.: . S 1 .365,306,091 J.J. Parrlsh & Co.. Inc. ,!'.. ".:,:.* .: !
Chairman of Board t Nr
"//I flerlde.Nat(.ona1 Bank ,at Tltusvllle w>* t V? Shrubs Top Quality
Reserve for Losses on Loans. .,%)' f.t. 8443.673

Stockholders Equity: .. lAMES Governor President'A. RHODES of Ohio .. ""*:!". Seed Potatos- Onion Sets :

Capital Stock par value S12.50 r:() '' lames A: Rhodes & Associates.Columbus. Ohio., '-' >.. 'J,' .Packaged Vegetable Seeds & Plants

Authorized 12.000.000 sharesOutstanding :
C. -' ;j.x,
n.H29.392) ) shares} . . S I 122.867.400 : '

Undivided Profits . . . . 45.463.029 Florida First National Bank at Pensacoln ; i: \

,. ...... ." S 168.330.429 W.C. SMITH WEEKEND
Less Excess of Par Value of Stock \ 1 Immediate Past Chairman

Issued Over Underlying Equity In Standard Oil.Company of Kentucky: Louisville Kentucky' .' NEW CROP ,

Subsidiary Banks . .|. : S ((3.318.394)) WILLIAM c. SWAIN': 55 '

Total Stockholders' E q uit y . ,\ S_ 165.012.035 President Florida' National Bank at Coral Cables "r >'.;,, 'SeedPotatoes SPECIAL --:

t >' ,-j
Total Liabilities and STANLEY A. TAYLOR .' '
Stockholders'Equity y $ 1.538.701.799; President' 4 ,,1, "', Good Selection/
y a an k & Trust Company at Daytona Beach ',-. ''. ..,

.'. of Fresh Flower

:. 18. u. & Vegetable

., Florida National Banks of Florida, Inc. ..: '
Bushel 100 Lbs Plants
"r S .. and Subsidiaries S a'


Thirty-Two Banks Statewide Total Assets Approximately $1.54 Billion QUICK GREEN FOR YARD LAWN PASTURE

., Florida. First NiiMminl. R.tiik III[ 'I.M'km> uivilln Florida. Nntk nil I Hunk A I>ml, 1 Omiiuiciv, til Bond h'liirUlu' National Hunk .nt. St. Putnrshury Florida Notional Bank at' Orlando ,, + < I '
Florldii. N.IIIIIII..IB.lllk.. nt Coral (Oulili't: > I'liirUlii.. I'lrsl., Nnlioiml Hunk I'I-IIHIM ale Florida. Nullnnul Hunk Hi Liikoliiiul Florida" Blink Ik TTUH! Company Hi Daytona Beach "' ". .4: ;"r;.q *
rinrlfln. First 1 Niilloiuil.. Hank III Oi-nla. Flurlda Nminnnl.. Hunk. III CnlnnNVlllo:. Fli.rldu Bunk DiiUmcl, Florida Nallonnl. Bank.. TTUH Company at Waul Ptilm! Bench. Florida. :RYE GRASS SEED '
First National.. .. Link( III ",'V Uimt I l'I..rlll..I'I..1. t National I, Hank.. at Voni liimcli.. .Flurlda Natliiniil Bunk.. .at I.ako Shorn Florida Flint N..Uonal8onk. al Barlow Florida National.
Rank.. .at Arlington .1 lurldii.. !Dank ..II'IIrt l-iimliirdiilo, Florida Firs! National. Bank. at Fernandlna Ranch, : Florida Bank at Fort Pierce Florida Dealers and Grower.*Bank ut Buy 50 Lb. Bag For Only 13.49 rw LD.GARDEN .
larkNiinvlllii I'lorldn Hank at Slurkrt, Florida First Bank .at Chlploy Florida National Bunk ul Tllusvlllu. Florida First National Bank at Port St. |o.. Florid Flnl National ,
Hank nt tvtn IiM.uil Flurldii First National,. lI.onk..1 Brent Florida. Bank. at Birnhnull Florida First National.. Bank at Belle Glade Florida National Bank at Parry. Florid ,. 10111*
First 1 N.llunullllln, III IIM'-I.J.)| Flurlda Nortliildo Hank. of Jai:ksonvllli! .Momrxtrs-F' D. I C t'

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,Page TELEGRAPH February 13,1973

Take Big Sun TourneyThree

Tigers Are ChampsOf '

nightsof winning contested layups followed by a "Vanguard's a real good ball commented Sexton. has three more conference
games gave the Bradford basket each by Hodge, Berry club and have been ranked Vanguard, even though the battles during the season and
High Cagers the Big Sun Con and Baker for. a quick 10-3 fifth in the state most of the loss of the tournament, leads must win all three to stay with
Suwannee TourneyUnion ference Tournament Championship lead. Then it started lookinglike season." the Big Sun Conference,. Vanguard.
last Saturday night the Tornadoes ball game "We played a real fine ball based on the season records. BIIS: Hampton 3-1-7, Berry
after beating Ocala Vanguard every minute until the first game and we had tremendousteam Vanguard Is 9-1 in the confer- 6-0-12, Ross 4-0-8,. Baker 1-0-2,
Starke 7-0-14, P. Jenkins 3-0-6, The Tigers controlled'the 79-45 in the final game of the quarter ended 19r7.! effort during the game," ence and BHS is 72. Bradford Willie Berry 1-0-2, Sewell 6-2-
High Cagers edged W. Jenkins 2-0-4, Zavada 8-0- boards as well as the action, tourney. Vanguard came more alivein ... W -..->I L.d knaa+. k ...... __;0 +1pyr 14, Hodge 4-0-8, Aldridge 0-2-2,
76-74 by Hawthorne in double 16. Totals 36274. sweeping 20 more rebounds BHS was matched with the second quarter, but the Bright 135. Totals 35979. *>
overtime last Saturday nightin from the board than the In North Marion Thursday night Tornadoes still outscored the 1 pxa t, ? Vanguard: Harris 3-0-6,
Cross City for the Champ Colts 18-14 in the second ," P 'M4 YF' Hubbard 0-1-1,
SCORE BY QUARTERSUC dians. and took care of the Colts 75- quar 4 Speights 1-0-2,
ionship trophy of the 11 22 17 14 4 8-76 Union: Maxwell 4-0-8,Perry 52 That win put the Tornadoesup ter for a 27-21 halftime lead. i a Spencer 4-3-11, Smith 3-3-9,
Suwannee Conference. Basketball 1111 14 16 21 13 6-74 4-0-8,White 3-0-6, Banks 6-0-12) against Buchholz Friday BHS came out of the locker Dawklns 2-0-4, Roberts 1-0-4,
Tournament.The Brooks 3-0-6, Griffin 2-1-5, night after the Bobcats beat rooms just as fired up as the Blocker 1-2-4, Jackson 1-0-2. I
night before the Tigers Although it doesn't seem Albritton 2-0-4, Stoutamire 3-0- Eastside 81-61 the night first half and Baker, Hamptonand 4 Totals 16-13-45.
P. K. Yonge to land very impressive that David 6, Keen 2-0-4. Totals 49459. before. Hodge put up six more
the berg in the final playoffs. Banks led the Tigers in Chiefland: Rilley 3-0-6, Buchholz has beaten the quick points to get off to a SCORE BY QUARTERSBIIS
Thursday night Union scoring against Chiefland with Riffle 6-8-20, Dockery 2-3-7, Tornadoes twice two of the good start in the second half. 19 18 14 28-79
zipped 59-43 by Chiefland in 12 points, the fact that Union Brannon 0-0-0, Schreiber 3-2-8, three losses BHS1: had duringthe The aggressive Tornadoes OC 7 14 6 18-45
the first round of the Tourna had nine scorers, none of Walker 022. Totals 141553. season. But the Tornadoescame applied additional pressure
ment. Hawthorne drew the whom made under four pointsis through Friday night with a press and Ross came One of the prime weapons
lust round bye. and that helped the Tigersin SCORE BY QUARTERS with a 59-49 victory to land a off the bench at the beginningof t r BHS had against Buchholzwas
Eventhaugh the Tigers beat the 59-43 win Thursday UC 12 22 12 13-59 berth in the finals of the the last quarter with three the 6'4 pair, Sewell and
Hawthorne, the Hornets still nieht. CH 7 4 14 18-43 tournament against Van-' consecutive buckets. /fitF Hodge. Hodge[ hit for 14 points
I lead the' con f VI tllV_ .*.*.Hh.*... a a.tf-'. guard.Vanguard. Bradford moved the score and Sewell 12, mostly from(
loop record compared to consistentlydrove further and further up each under the basket, outreachingthe
Union's 8-4 record. The Tigers down the court, but a minute and had a 41.271ead by Bobcat defenders.
have a 13-7 season record so tall BHS defensive wall jelled.. the time the buzzer rang at the Bradford leaped to a 20-9
tar. Hawthorne has beaten The wall was Donnie Sewell, end of the third quarter.In F first quarter lead. !Hampton
Union twice during season $ gi 4 Sheldon Hodge and Wayne the fourth quarter Brad- Baker and Sewell opened the ,
play once by four points and e Berry. Sewell was the leaderin ford started substituting and ? game with three straight baskets .
the other time by seven. '. rebounds that night with 20 just about had all the starterson for a quick 6-0 lead. Then
Joe Maxwell was named while Hodge nabbed 12. the bench. Vanguard was after that the teams started
Most Valuable Player of the Sewell also led in scoring putting in some second taking turns scoring and BIIS
tournament. He hit six of his with 14 points followed closely stringers, but still had three came out on the top end 209.
22 points in the two overtime by Wayne Berry with 12 and starters for most of the last m w P j The Bobcats outscored the
periods as Lake Butler { Sheldon Hodge and Alfred quarter. BHS polished the [7y f J t' Tornadoes in the second quarter -
defeated Hawthorne. Maxwellwas Ross each with eight. Elva game off with 28 points in the > 16-14 to pull the lead down
also responsible for send- Hampton added seven pointsto last period compared to Van- ., a little to nine points, 34.25 by
ing the game into overtime y the effort.Vanguard. guard's 18 to take the victory halftime.
when he hit a jumper in the Aj struck quick in 7945. Both teams scrapped hard
waning second to tie it up 64- the game starting off with a "I was real pleased with all for the balls off the boards,
M. three pointer by Scott Spen three games, but particularlythe "- and the game turned into an
The Hornets struck twice in car Then Tornado Milton Vanguard game," says Sheldon Hodge stretches up to get this pass from Vanguardlast even duel in the third quarter,
the early moments of the Baker retaliated with two un- Head BHS Coach Mike Sexton. Saturday night In the Big Sun Conference Tournament. (See Page 9))
second extra period to go
ahead 72-68 but then Maxwell

went to work. '' ." "" s '
a :i' "o. Y.A' .9aN.. e4iL i ) g"
After Walter Brooks who
had 20 points got the Tigers to''' j,
within two points 72-70. Maxwell
hit two foul shots from a
one and one situation to tie the *

game up.Then .
the Tigers took the
game with three seconds left
when !Maxwell hit Brooks witha w .
W WWW WW H r>swswws ww
pass near the basket to set

up Boise the final Perry winning and basket.David ALL APPLIANCES MARKED DOWN

'}..; Banks were both in double :,... 1rL
.:' 1" figures. Perry''with 17 and "J.... ....: :z b 9b p : s'a'cu
Banks Ith 14. ''''' .' i C'

the in Maxwell rebounding board. also nabbing led the Tigers 20 off ... ', r.',' .' (b,.. Sal. Onl'l0 50 % Off 'hgAp6.

"In all three games our Number 4 Boise Perry shoots up for two points against P. etlir etl
team played exceptionally K. Yonge during the semifinal game of the Suwannee
well and we played i tremendous Conference playoff last Friday night in Cross City.
defense" says Head
Tiger Coach Jimmy Thomas.
"W'e didn't make the mistakesue BHS
Tennis Teams
have been making. .
At one time Umon was s- l
behind 8-0. then the team
Marled scoring and made a Fall To BuchholzBradford ,
good comeback according to

l'nion: Maxwell 10-2-22, was very pleased with the
Perry 7-3-17. Banks 6-2-14, teams, White and McRae are
Brooks 10-0-20. Stoutamire 1-1- lost to well together and /
3. Totals 34-8-76. home that close to Gaines
Hawthorne: Henderson 9-0- boys losing is a good indication we AUTOMATIC nnu ,unu
Manning 2-0-4.( Mann! 5-2-12. 0. improving," commented / AIR CONDITIONERS

be"We tough Howard.did better against WASHERS IRYERS Save onPr.S'lson

Joe Lazenby says Howard. Individual. The Tornadoes matches with won & ELECTRIC R Gas or Electric REFRIGERATORS Prices

teams and Crews winning 8-3 and
the Tinsler 8-4. Losses in the
Takes Title Some Scratched
Straight were White 2-8, Coffee Maker For The 1 7th Cu'mer) Some Demonstrators
individuals 3-8, and Randy Crews
At1 DistrictBradford Jackal and Doubles, losses were ome'' Dented Who Enters Our st..re. Todav Some New In Cartons
Debbie 28."I and McRae 0-8 and
Sophomore Joe Hazen 4-8 and Rodrigue 1-8.
Lazenby won live straight rigue 1.8
matches over the weekend to lost the see some on RECOMMENDED
Donna side in the singles.
take the District 3, 148 pound '
wrestling championship in lost 2-6. played some strong
and bound to
The boys we are
Daytona Beach Friday and "
Saturday, ville High and we will,
Lazenby is the f first wrestler Friday. Coach Howard.( ,1 -
Oak Hall
individuals boys play .
Irom this area to make it to 1 1
the state match which is next 1-8, Mike this Friday starting at ,1
Friday and Saturday at Crews l-8, : p.m. then play Eastside /
Jefferson High School in and Scott home Tuesday at 3:00: p.m.
Tampa. and McRae girls face Eastside Tues
and play Leesburg at
The District 3 tournamenthad and Randy
schools, including some Brown lost Thursday. .
4A schools. Some of the teams 6Pi'

and were burg.schools.Blind PKY Daytona Ocala,and Bunnell.schools.Deland.Gainesville Fla.Lees-Deaf Lifters Take Second Y (:? [3BU( J ..

victories.the Lazenby year so He far is with undefeated was 19 the straight only for Place Against ES, OF

sophomore to progress to the Bradford High weightlifters class with a total} of 400
state playoffs from this Dis placed second in a 3-way meet pounds.Wednesday.
trict. last Wednesday in Gainesvillewith Bradford had a
"He is going to have a job on Eastside placing first meet with North Marion,
his hands in Tampa because with 32 points, BHS second away to start at 3 p.m. The (B WUED(1( ( 1 I ,

are most undefeated.of the wrestlers" says at state BHS with last place 24 and with Ocala 21. Forrest in meet publication was this to week.late for [ ( UU ffi i

Coach Bill Last week BHS placed
Wrestling Hughes.
second in a meet with Eastside fB ''I' '
CJO (On00400gOq! :
and Fernandina Beach in .:. '
GOOD CAMPERS the season opener at home. "y /.
LEAVE CLEAN BHS took first place in three Enjoy the Comforts of Carrier Central Heating & Alrconditlonlng f
PGROUNOS weight classes last week. ry/

LAMW apUN They the were 198 pound: Danny class Andersonin with a At Low, Low Prices' during this Sale! Hurry'''

'.' lift of 465 pounds, Donnie Neelin

,, pu1frUJDS total the of heavy 470 pounds weights and with Mike a L1Jil(] ( LfE( (Qa( Qa40p04Qa( QOaa EJ04J 'BSB1JSawyerSlade (

Crews in the 148 pound class ; ;
with a total of 495 pounds. The
totals are taken from the best I
._.:.,.. >NISH1Y of two of the clean and jerk i
and bench HppliancesRirconditioning
ciEa press.
l av
Anthony Duhart placed
uttFR second in the 132 pound class
with a total of 380 pounds. ta"' "
John Kilby took third in the S-
.,; 123 pound class and David -. Jlelkvkt as k1 tW. .. 4
Harper took third in the 165 r...._ tM. L wys .Lr4L
Farr prevention I 1. an class. David "
pound Godsey Lek &e p' k. V
Important paM! places fourth in the 181 pound -It

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February 13. 3975 TELEGRAPH Page


Face FirstCompetition FLORIDA uiff Tornado Cagers

I F ...." : WILDLIFE ( ) ;

. I 1. Bradford High Thinclads COMMINTS ON THI OUTDOORS Jv Slip By RaidersSlipping
face first competition next
Tuesday when they travel to
Bv ,
Orange Park for a dual meet ; 'rr e by with six .
t Dr. O. E. Fry, Jr. a one point points.Bradford
to start at 4 p.m. 49-48 three of foul
Director advantage Bradford hit 11
Next Friday BHS will have High Cagers let a 49-40\ lead shots compared to the Raiders

the first home meet of the .c'----:: .' N over Orange Park late in the eight of 11.
year with Eastside and Ocala 1Et 1- j,,f GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSIONTALLAHASSEEMore fourth quarter slip to wRhin BUS: Hampton 3-0-6, Berry
Vanguard visiting at 3:30: p.m. ems': one point before the game 3-2-8, Ross 2-1-5, Baker 6-0-12,
for field events and 4 p.m. for ended last Tuesday night in Berry 3-0-6, Sewell 2-0-4,
the running events. Starke. Hodge 1-0-2, Bright 306.
I ,I "We have.been working for : r'r: ykNCq, on adequate diets. Overpopulation also on education leading to The Tornadoes although Totals 23349. .
four weeks and we are still in ( than 255,000 hunters headedfor also causes excessive public understanding of deer did make a come back in the Orangeark: Soloman 7-1-

the process .of shaping up," the woods when Florida's farm crop damage and high hunting and management second half after trailing 12-10 15, Thies 3-0-6, Meek 7-1-15,
says Head Track Coach season on white-tailed deer incidence of deer-automobile policies. In earlier times, deer after the first quarter and 25- Thompson 1-0-2) Williams 2-6-
i Howard. "We are not Mrsvvyw 22 at halftime.
10. Totals 20-8-48.
.i out to set records at the first of opened on Saturday, November collisions.The hunting was part of the serious Bradford went ahead in the
IJ.the: season, but we are In- r 9th. The season provides deer herd stimulatesmore business of feeding pioneer third quarter after two SCORE BY QUARTERS

.terested in getting squared off sport for the hunter but alsois than $1,000,000 In eco- families. Today's hunterno straight baskets by Willis BIIS 10 12 17 10-49
for the last of the season." t essential to a scientific longer depends on deer for tied the
.. nomic return to sellers of Berry game up with OP 12 13 7 18-48
Out of 40 thinclads out this y4xY wildlife management program goods and services to hunters. survival. But when deer are 4:21: left in the quarter.

season, half of them are fresh- 2 2T r because natural forces no It motivates development of properly field dressed, cor After the tie Emmett Bright Friday night the Tornadoes
) man and sophomores. Coach longer keep deer herds In camp and cabins used for rectly cooked and attractively shot for two straight baskets travel to Leesburg then Satur-
Howard feels this is a balance with the natural hunting and vacations and it served, venison can furnish a followed by a 15 footer by day night host Ocala Vanguard -
relatively inexperienced Wayne Berry and a 10 footer .
palatable and nutritious addi
''team. range. is part of the wildlife resources by Elva Hampton to take a 30-
The Distance runs such as Pursuing his sport In accordance that attracts visitorsto tlon to the family menu. 31 lead with three seconds left
'the mile and half mile are in with the state- regulations Florida's woods. Officers and volunteer in the quarter. In that time the
'good shape this year, according and his own set of workers were on the scene Raiders' Tim Williams scoreda
to Coach Howard. -1 hunting ethics, the hunter Scientific herd management days before the trial. They foul shot to end the quarter
Larry Paterson along with takes the annual surplus of has provided a high prepared the kennels, and 39-32. Smolcey Says:

Ricky Solze and Mike Sher- T- deer. There Is no open seasonon annual recreational harvest of horse stables. Straw was haul. The Tornadoes Sheldon
; man are adding strength to doe deer but he may take deer by hunters and it Is ed In for the horses and wood Hodge took the lead most of

the distance group. Two fresh- ___ two buck deer daily with a predicted the hunter harvestof shavings for the dog kennels. the fourth quarter, and exceptfor
man, Matthew Box and Jerry Donnle deer this season will exceed Dog food manufacturer the Raiders last stretch, yy I
Sullivan Sewell stops to take a shot In the Ocala Vanguard season limit of three bucks. It
are also looking never let the smaller
good get
in the distance events. .game when the Tornadoes rolled 79-45 over Vanguard for the has been demonstrated that last-year's figures. The representatives made sure than six points.gap

I UM,' Two year track letterman Big Sun Conference Tournament Championship. adequate harvest of excess prospects of sustaining this their companies had sacks of The Tornadoes led one timein
Freddie Bell is back this year deer is essential to keep deer harvest in the future are excellent food available so the dog the first half during the first 11t

I. and looking good in the in- Tornadoes compatible with other land based on Increased owners could feed up and of the second quarter. Orange ,71t.
I : termedia te hurdles, according Take Big Sun. . uses and with available food acreage under the Game and compare feeds. Park was ahead 14-12 then
to Howard. P. J. Jenkins is and cover. Fish Commissions wildlife Dog owners started Berry hit a 15 footer to tie the r

I "' also looking good. "Bell has a (From Page 8) If left unchecked, deer management area program, 'arriving on Saturday. As they game. Milton Baker followed 1
i u: shot at winning the conference that basket with four straight
of administrators arrived
on a shook hands
willingness they
t v,I.. and possible the district." each team getting 10 points to Baker 7-0-14, Sewell 6-0-12( soon overpopulate their scores to put BHS in front 20-
keep the at nine Too deer in the and enlightened with the others they knew
I Senior Johnny Covington gap points. Hodge 7-0-14 Aldridge 2-0-4" range. many
II i came out for track this season The Tornadoes just got a one Berry O-0-o. Totals 29159. woods result In destruction of sportsmen to try new systemsand beforehand and Introduced 14.The Raiders then scored 11

: i for the first time and ac- point advantage in the last Buchholz: Pritchett 3-2-8, the habitat and deer starva special seasons, and on themselves to new people. straight points to regain the
'cording to Howard is going to quarter, 15-14, to take the Jackson 2-1-5, Layer 64-16, tlon. Research has shown that new deer and range management Each hunter was assigned a 25-22 halftime lead. ,. .
t'' .give, last year's conference game 5949. Daniel 4.6.14, Marion 3-0-6, poorly nourished female deer knowledge revealed by kennel, and the dogs were Baker led the Tornadoes in ;/. j .

- i 'competition, "It was a Elva Hampton led the poorly nourished bucks Some people rented cabins on Berry followed with eight tree!
I. ui( pleasant surprise because he Tornadoes in scoring with 15 duce smaller antlers than pro- Continued success in man- the site and others camped points and Hampton Bright,
,.' is looking outstanding.", points and Baker was evened SCORE BY QUARTERS deer aging the deer herd depends between the cabins and Willis Berry each added
Coach Howard expects a with Sewell with 14 points. BUS 20 14 10 15-59 .
I .good season in the high jump Hampton's points' mostly Buch 9 16 10 14-49
with returner Rudolph Lennon came from outside shootingand I i

':. back this year. He Is expectedIto Baker's came from the I w : .
'.1 hit six feet before the yearis quick layup. NORTH MARION ( a P
out.Mike Blake is also goodin Bradford placed four I
the high jump. BIIS: Hampton 7-1-15, players in double figures w
against North Marion in the '
first game of the tournament. 'I '
Baker led the way with 19 I
points followed by James

Aldridge with 16, Hamptonwith
13 and Sewell with 11.
i ,
Sewell led the Tornadoes 1 in e MS(
rebounding with 14 followedby
1 teammate Baker with 10.
4 BHS hit an impressive 50

percent from the floor and :
: 1r.Jf nabbed an even better 75 per- i
: cent from the charity line. ,
BUS: Hampton 6+13,.Berry :
i 1-0-2 Baker 9-1-19, Green 0-2-

2, Moody 1-0-2, Sewell 5-1-11,. J C'r
Hodge 4-0-8 Aldridge 64-16, R
Bright 102. Totals 33975.
!It NM: Gordon 6-0-12, Manns w "'w
3-0-6, Petterson 5-4-14, L. ,
Gordon 3-4-10, Sawyer 1-0-2, r -
West 248. Totals 20-12-51. 1
f l ,

wI, P BIIS 14 28 14 19-75 .
NM 12 8 13 19-52 ,llA '
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I Hot Tigers :
Come Back .
Free homemade cake, cookies, and punch failed to attract
many passersby on Call Street in Starke !Monday as members To Take
of the Future Business Leaders of BIIS attempted to .. #
host shoppers during FBLA Week Feb. 9-15. Apparently even 3A Santa Fe
local residents have grown wary of getting/ something free. t
Maybe It was a lesson in business acumen for the young BIIS .r .r .. .t
coeds (1-r)Susan Sapp, Karen Glover and Koline Green. One Union High Cagers changedto tl ''t. % rI
a man to man defense in the a
of the few takers
was Mrs. Beverly Padgett and daughter. '
t .
second half to make a come
Regina 8 months, who
agreed to for the
pose Telegraph
camera, back from a 35-24 deficit at fsJ '' t r
halftime to overcome a visit- %

ing Santa Fe team 69-65 Tuesday ,
r 4v

r: .Potatoes Offer Many Good. Carlton night.Bevins was the man P' ? ,' r t

to stop for the Tigers and t r

;.' 1 Things and They're Plentiful when the team shifted to a 1 I s .+4' .. Lit .r
man on man defense Joe Max- 4

r c he ATLANTA. !: bet .Potatoes may' plentiful through the winter of well totally guarded stopped his Bevins scoring.and ;z'j .. tK
iiiv llltruu till aJjtrlllt: 111/:>.
'ever had. To separate myth from fact, The Tigers have a 13-3
The U.S. Department of potatoes contain virtually record since the Christmas
Agriculture (USDA) has: com- fat. Dieters can indulge. The Holidays of the losses to
puted that every Americanwill potato contains not Hawthorne and the other to
eat about 120 pounds of more calories than an apple of Cross City. Now Union has a
14-7 overall record and is 9-4 in
potatoes this
year. equal| size but calories do
According to USDA's Agri- Suwannee Conference."It .
multiply when butter,
sour \
cultural Marketing Service, cream or other fats are added. was a real big win for us. S tA
there is a plentiful supply of Other good things about I think we have really" come on

potatoes to satisfy those appe- potatoes they contain a wide since Christmas, says Tiger
r. Coach Jimmy Thomas. Before
tites. range of nutrients valuable ..
All potato growing regions amounts. They provide almost Christmas the Tigers were 14. i.rr i. _
Santa Fe beat Union earlier in 1'i
have reported substantial 20 per cent of the Vitamin C in w
gains In stocks. Frozen potato the U.S. food supply and are the year.
I Joe Maxwell led the Tigers
supplies are also up 38 per second only to''that of all a,
along with Boise each
cent more than a year earlier. citrus. Perry
with 18 points. Walter Brooks
USDA expects fresh and pro- When starch, as in potatoes,. also
was in double figures with
cessed remain
potatoes is substituted for
!{ 14 points.David .
\\I q. sugal'I Banks was the leaderin
rebounds with 12 while
Netct And Activities From Brooks followed with 11. Max-

t j THE ALL-STARS RECREATION CENTERJUNIOR BOYS BASEBALLThe Santa second The rebounds well Tigers nabbed Fe's half with 34.came to 10 37 lead in compared back the in game.in team the to What's your little boy doing right now?

The Starke All-Stars Recreation Department Union: Maxwell 7-4-18,

rt 9 members of the Recreation will begin registering boys Banks Perry 7-4-18 3-2-6 ,Brooks White 2-3-7.. Chances are he's doing what a lot of other little hoys .and girls arc example, the electric current can be carried all the way to the ground.
Department's Intermediate ages 13-13 for its Spring canal. Or This it's also possible to shock from simply touching the
Stoutamire 2-2-6. Totals 27-18- doing. Riding his bike. Fishing in a climbing a tree. means get a
Basketball ((13- Baseball
Boys League, Program February
15 year olds), will travel to 24. 69.Santa Now were sure you've warned him about the obvious dangers of trunk of the tree. ,

Ormond Beach, Wednesday Registration forms may be Duval 1-1-3 Fe: Bevins (2-3-27: outdoor play. Like traffic in thestreets.falling into a can alor! out of a tree. Naturally we're doing all we can to keep your trees clear of our lines.
Campbell 4-0-8)
night to take part in the obtained at the Recreation of climbing But also know little boys being little boys love to climb them..
District Tournament of the Department Office. Duncan 4-2-10, Hartwick 1-0-2) But have you also warned him of the obvious danger trees we ,

Florida Junior&Intermediate Registration will end Brown 3-1-7, McCaslin 1-0-2) near power lines? What we're concerned about is that you and your child are awareIt

Boys Basketball Association.The February 28, 1975COACHES Freeney Totals 28-9-65.2-0-4, Sheppard 022. seems that some people ore unaware that trees near power lines of the dangers, so that if he should climb a tree without your knowing,.

advance winner to of the that state tourneyto playoff can be accidentally charged with electricity. All it takes is for a branch you can take comfort knowing he looked before he climbed-

J to be held in Tallahassee, NEEDEDThe SCORE BY QUARTERSUC to come in contact with a hot power line. This safety: message has been brought to you by Florida Power&

I ra. 1't the week-end of February 21. Recreation for DepartmentIs SF 12 14 21 12 26 8 23-66 19-69 If someone gets: close to tht point of contact they're liable to get a Light as a public service, because serving. the public is really what were
looking responsibleadults '
1 Members of this years squad weather for here for. ""
: under conditions like
shock. But certain wet
11 are Coaches Johnny Jackson, men and women, that severe. ,
?. Interested In coaching Friday afternoon at 1:15: the '
*Assistant '''Coach, Ross are \" ,
,- ?Chandler Players are: Axel youth baseball and Softball Tigers travel to Macclenny forfhe : &:; : ;" ;. \\"I-: '1 -::O'I4:
i i Barnes Frazier Bass Samuel teams.. last regular season game. ,. : ,
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(Bennett Andrew Carter These people are vitally February 21-22 Union travelsto 1 I RIdI '
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for the _
Glenn a i Carter.MichaelChandler needed if we are to provide Jasper District ::. '' '- ..< p "
Dommon; Eddie, Dean Lawrence r Anthony activities people.for Please outstandingyoung contact Playoff.The Tigers first game !I. 7 ,',; ',., ,I.. '.}:If>>''frr.t. ,';; .,:' Electricity rn..w'IK.n'3l1t.cttt.! ", (#' ..'...I #: ,, .,
. the Recreation Department at p.m. Friday against Jacksonville 'I '.' < .
Jacksonand /
It .Thompson. Charles tW '
Gregory Williams 964-6792, if interested. Episcopal ", ;., ..mow..' ..,:>-: '-:.. ,Mw ; .,..CSaF... JJ., .,_ ,f!

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Huge oak uprooted by storm crushes Florida room at New River home of Mrs. Beulah Moody. Hassle Rhoden sits disconsolately with dog amid ruins of his"topless" three-car garage.

.." ,. \.,. High Winds Cause $100,000 Damage In Clay Hill

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Don Whittaker of Clay some trees uprooted and a T :' ,i,
Of Proposed Hill was inside her mobile barn blown down, but no ""I'
home when storm winds trailers overturned. .4
flipped it upside down, but she ,.. :

City-County Zoning' PlanIn jury.escaped without serious in- Before( visiting Bradfordand

Clay Counties, the storm 'w '

Another trailer, about 200 hit Mayo in Lafayette County :iL i-
yards from the Whitakers', and some( scattered areas of : ,

spite of the feeling of some govern-. mation or services in zoning. chicken was turned house over and nearby the Union Mayo was County.estimated Damage at at$1 ,

mental officials consolidation is not a received extensive damage to million when the storm hit
dirty word. One of its meanings as, -The City would have a full-time Zoning the roof. Owner George Gong i there about 12:30.: Winds there

defined in' the dictionary is "solidifica- Director to represent the City: in was busy repairing the roof to i came out of the southwest L .
keep his chickens inside! cutting a half-mile path in,
tion or strenghtening. What's wrong zoning matters with HUD and -other shortly after the winds struck. which 12 mobile homes were r "
with that? agencies. Inspectors would be providedfor toppled and extensive damage. _

all services except natural gas. Damage on the north side of reported to 4 downtown store 's, $trw
In the interest of efficiency and economy SR-218 was not as severe, with windows.

under our present depressed -The entire city would be zoned, and .
economic conditions even the State better planning and zoning would resultif -

government is now considering consoli- one agency performed this. work for

dating multiple agencies concerned with the City and County. County. Agents d..l By
ecology and the environment into one I *
Bobby.Taylor -
'agency which will have the effect of eli- -Zoning, directives and regulations Notebook
'!'minating"'much of the confusion'ineffi- would be strictly''enforce&.which is not; .,r : In ,, aIV R r4rrts'

Jjjiency, and duplication of services that","'I the case under/'lhe'presenVjbity: : zoning, .. ...." .. ..
are so frustrating to the taxpayers and set-up.. :*t ,', ", *, '. ''II tl1 \ oi <

all who now have business before these twelfth
4-H involves young/peoplA( grades or as volunteer
agencies.As -Zoning applications and advertise ,everywhere-in towns, in the 1* adult leaders. Get with it! 4-H
ments would be handled by the Zoning country and in the suburbs is for our'youth. Contact the

an example of a merger on the local Director resulting in a better time fac- r County Agent's office at 964-
level that would undoubtedly result in a tor for applicants, and improved servicefor 4-H is youth and family, 6554 for further information. 4Hit's -
fun and need
involvement. we
more efficient operation at probably less the citizens of Starke. A full time and volunteer Young adult leaaers'people'J J 1 family. yourI

cost to the taxpayers is the proposal to staff would be available at all times to may be active in approximately -''' In the
Lawtey area OUt r r
combine the operation of the City and handle matters in an efficient and effec-' M() project areas current 4-H leaders are; Mrs

County Zoning Boards and building in- tive manner. covering such traditionalareas Gwendolyn Anders, Mrs
spection offices. as Beef. Bread, Child 1 Ramona Griffis, Mrs. Minnie e: Balcom children play on upside-down camper that turned a
Development, Conservation, Redding, Mrs. Gary Bennett., flip as winds played havoc In New River section of West
-Such consolidation would lighten the
Entomology, Food andn Linda Bradford.
Tatum and
The County board has agreed to ad- work load of the City Clerk and City Nutrition, Clothing, Vegetable r CMrs.Spurgeon Massey. Mrs

minister and enforce the building and Council while providing for better over- Gardening and Veterinary ,
zoning codes within the corporate city all planning and zoning. Science. Recently such non- ;...........!................

annually.limits of Starke All fees for received the sum from of permitssold $3,600 .-Joining together with the County in Power Bicycle traditional and, Dog Woodworking.Care projects Petroleum All as :| VETERANSAFFAIRS BRADFORDCOUNTY, : II., 'ilD1S( : (oo!) (aaaa$ J Lw oac J : cE ILUEc; II:

by the zoning director would be returned this effort would better promote the projects can be available to Legislation enacted by the "

to the City and it is believed that public health, safety morals and gen- young people in Bradford 93rd Congress immediately Last week we talked of After the family and friendsof said that the worst binge', of
the income from such fees would pro- eral welfare of the City; would conserve County with the help of adult before adjournment in several things the family and an alcoholic decide that all her career followed a dinner ,
leaders. In addition 4-H Camp, December, 1974, will permit a their talking is doing no good party lit which the host passing -
bably pay the cost of the entire program.In the taxable value of land and buildingsand friends of an alcoholic should
Demonstrations( 4-H number of cocktails, remarked l in
large veterans, NOT do in their to whatsoever, and that their the ,lwhat
addition the City would save more protect the character and maintainthe Citizenship Shortcourse, and attempts
widows, children and depen- their alcoholic alcoholic is in fact actually seemed to her 11 hide
than $2.000 annually which is now being stability of residential business, and more are all a part of 4-H. dent parents to continue help from his disease. This recover week getting worse, they normallystart ously silent room. "Thc"grapelruit '
paid for inspection service, which wouldbe industrial areas within the City and Let's take a closer look at receiving disability or death w e w ill continue to discuss this taking action. Here juice on the'end is
provided under the county-city would promote the orderly and benefi- several projects. benefits from the VA during topic, because it \'Italln the again, unless they have yours," She took it, writhing ,
1975.If studied the disease the actions in humiliation refused to,
agreement.If cial development of all areas. Safety is a year round this legislation had not recovery. they take almost! invariably -' to her husband when,

project for better living for passed, many claimants Alcoholism has been recognized drive the alcoholic they got home, and was drunk,
a merger is effected, the County Among'other purposes, such provi-- youth and leaders. Suggested would have suffered reductionor as a disease by the even further into his mental lor a month afterwards. '
board agrees to provide two additional sions are intended to provide adequate activities for all seasons are discontinuance of their VA American Medical Associa- disease. '
included. At the leaders Almost alcoholic has
seats on the County Zoning and Building light air privacy and convenience of option payments at the end of 1975 tion for several years now It
a special Hunter because annual Income is physical, mental, and Theaction often taken by the had some experience of the
Department Board to be filled by appointees access to property; to avoid undue con- Education series may be would have their exceeded the spiritual. In a previous article family first is not keeping up wrong kind of home treats
of the City Council. The mem- centration of population by regulatingand conducted. Hunter Education allowedby vie have discussed the phy the home supply of liquor, if it ment.. Those who hiiyC''
bers appointed to these places would limiting the height and bulk of gives an orientation of guns amounts law, previously sical part of the disease and has normally been kept in the recovered in spite of family'and '
and ammunition, rules of house.This is followed friends look back; on the
good how it be treated. The soon by
also five-member Board of well the and can
serve on a buildings as as size open gunmanship, proper gun, .The new law increases the mental part of the disease can pouring all the booze in the home treatment as'."THE1'
Adjustment for the City of Starke. spaces surrounding buildings; to establish handling, and gun terms. annual income limits whichare be treated also, but the treat- house dawn( the drain, and by GREAT SETBACK" in their
building lines; to divide the City used to determine VA pension ment is much more effective if not /allowing any more liquorin own efforts to handle (heir'
The City Board of Adjustment would into districts, restricting and regulating Photography provides five eligibility. Prior to 1974, a understanding and help from the house at all. problem. Often their recovery
hear appeals from any dissatisfied zon- therein the construction reconstruction units of guides and seven single veteran who was per- the family and friends of the would have come years
advanced skill sheets."manently and totally disabled If the alcoholic needs or before, if they had receivedthe
ing applicant with the right of final alteration and use of buildings struc- Eastman Kodak has been because of injury or diseasenot alcoholic are present.Unfortunately wants a drink, he w ill get it no right kind of help and

appeal to the City Council.In tures and land for residence business very helpful in producing the caused by service was the methods matter what devices the understanding from the
industrial and other specified uses, and 4-H Photography material. entitled to pension if his annual used by the family and friendsof family has thought up to keepit family Johnny K., 11 filling
addition the County Board would to limit undesirable congestion. income was not more the alcoholic almost In- from him. It must be station attendant with, five
to initiate an intensive planning The 4-H Horse Program is than $2,600. If he had a wife 01 variably aggravate the condi- remembered that, to him, his children, is typical of this4
agree comprehensive covering children the income limit was tion they are intended to alleviate need is desperate and overwhelming situation:'
study for the City of Starke to be cul- There are times when consolidationsand Horses and Horsemanshipand "$3,800 a year Almost all friends and ; it allows no interference
minated by a revised and enforceable mergers must be made in the inter Horse Science. Such in-, families, unless they have ,and sets up in him the "I knew' something v.as
City Zoning Plan subject to approval by est of efficiency and economy regard- teresting subjects as un- Effective January 1, 1975, studied the disease, use the blind courage of a chargingbull wrong and it orried me* but
the annual income limits are all the and w ife w ent on at me so thatf
soundness, inheritance and methods obviouslyw plus cunning
the City Council.It less of whose toes are stepped on. Judg- veteran and wrong
western horsemanship are $3,000 for a single realizing that they are cleverness of a skilled second- had to defend myself. I
ing from the anguished cries from hard- covered along with horse''' .$4,200 for a veteran with defeating their own purposes.No story man. really loved her . is believed that all members of the pressed taxpayers, this is one of those judging, tack and its care and dependents. blame should be attachedto the and I knew I wasn't bad, but
present City Zoning Board favor the times. feeds for horses. When a veteran dies, his people who, in their des- Generally speaking, what she said made me sound
frantic and upset family an
legal widow with no children that way, and she nagged
consolidation proposal for the following perate need to( help the match for him
alcoholic is no
receive pension if her about it until I thought I'd
Food Preservation covers 10 may alcoholic have resorted to go
Rememberconsolidation is heeds drink. Their
not when he
reasonsA : a than a
lessons in canning and income Is not more these methods. They are a
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efforts to do what
dirty word. It means "solidification and freezing. Experience the $3,000. A widow with children ''natural outcome of the genuine
full-time staff would be availablefor strengthening."And best of all, in some 'principles and history of home i must have income of not more general belief that alcoholic "they think will help him, to" I
and/or infor it also canning and freezing. It's fun than$4,200 a year. When thereis is ave him from himself,
those seeking permits cases means economy.atiliijF drinking merely a question only succeed in driving him a a i/oor
to preserve foods at home with no widow, a child is eligibleif of-"Will Power,' and therefore it/on
further from them thus mak-
the guidance of an adult 4-H his-her annual income does entirely ithin the controlof INS SUN1HINI SMtl INMIITOWfOf.
leader. not exceed $2,400. When the the alcoholic if he could just ing it more difficult for themto
be really helpful if and MCHi..O&.
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death of a serviceman or be made to exercise that con'
pR1Q', Cot, Entomology covers many veteran is caused by service trol. when they find out,what they ,avid s .. '
.0 h?J.'yyY"1 familiar and helpful insects. his parents may also be eligi- can and should do. WHO OttOVC TN*
Cover the identification and ble faV A benefits. 'A single Last week discussed several Sometimes the ,./INCH OUT OPPage '
habitat of insects. Crop and parent is entitled when In,''I ,, approaches( to the enlists the assistance family of FLOAIDA.r, ,
.at animal pests, household insects come ia not more than$3,000 a problem., Friendly discussionon friends.In or another. AMD ALSO ,'
t3 and general insects are Two parents, when what drinking is doing to It be way ''PCMMIoaA .
all exciting to see. Parts of an wing together, are eligible 1 il the alcoholic and to his family may withholding money v P':Au usyis ;
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. or credit or by offering the
; MlLLER'Sub8crlPrlon insect and representative life annual incomeis
their combined will not( work; emotional alcoholic DIaD ONIVTRaWI
Pudretpfs cycles are all'a part of 4-H only non-alcoholic !
not more than 4200., appeals and morality lecturesare drinks when others ; '' IJ
publl.hedeech Thursday and entered as second Qaes Manor at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. under Act Entomology. useless. Promises and presentare -
If you have any questions having a social drink. The -
of March 3, 1879. Four-H is Head, Heart, regarding the above or any f threats are equally useless resentment In the alcoholic
rate In trade area. : M par year: 13.60si, months. Hands and Health. 4-H is Fun. veteran matter contact your 'and frequently drive the caused by this knows no,
., Outside trade area: $7 per year: "' .00 ale month Every family can be involved Bradford County Veteran Ser alcoholic further into resent. bounds. and often pushes the
Phone 984-6306 Starke, Fla. ,either as 4-H member for vice Office In the courthouse. ments and suspicions of persons situation right out of control. ....._.-
those in the third through Phone 964-5634.. trying to. help_!him! ane alcoholic woman I knyw,, ,

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CommunityNews <9 HOME, NOTESFROM I

FITTING A SUITPROPERLY adjusts and smooths the I The collar and lapels shouldlie the sleeve about one-half to
garment to assure you it fits f1TECONOMICS AGENT close to and smoothly on three-quarters of an inch.
ELflZ BETH, GIVENS WALKER This week my column is properly, or tries to hurry you the back and side of the shirt (The sleeve of an overcoat,
directed to the, man of the into. making an affirmative I' collar. No more than onehalfto raincoat, all purpose coat or
f- DELL CHAPTER OES house. Or, to the woman who decision. .." BY KrVtHY BROWN three-quarters of an inch of jacket should cover the shirt
dell Chapter 168 OES will helps her man select his Put on the jacket and fasten -- -- collar showing at the back. tuff).
meet Thursday night, Feb. 13, clothing. the middle button. Now standin lapels They should be close to garment. Tell him your likes JACKET ALTERATIONThe Style determines whetherthe You need to rely on your eyeor
lit,.8 'pm. All members are Most men hate to shop for front of a well-lighted three- your shirt collar, the edge of and di likes I about the fit of jacket should ride body of the coat should fit the advice of the fitter as to
asked to please be present forth clothes.Many don't( know how way mirror. Make sure the the collar at the collarbone. your g r ients.Tell him about smoothly across the shoulderand the body closely or loosely.l length since fashion usually
"important meeting. The to determine if a suit fits collar lies close to your shirt They should lie smoothly. your retirements for work- back with no vertical, Sleeves should fall smoothly dictates length. Since jacketsare
cooperation of everyone Is properly. A salesman can collar around the back of the Move your shoulders up, down both physical and horizontal, or diagonal from shoulder to wrist. There graded as toshort, regular
needed guide you to the correct size neck. Bring your arms forward and around. The jacket shouldnot psychological Discuss with wrinkles or creases. should be no diagonal and long, there should not be
but only you know whether the and up over the head. bind across or around the him the alterations to be Horizontal wrinkles mean the wrinkles in the cap or upper any or only small alterationsin
IN MEMORIAM suit feels comfortable and fits This forces the collar of shoulders or under the arms. made the cost and practicability garment is too tight; vertical arm of the sleeve. There length.
'In loving( memory of Rev. your body correctly. Or do the jacket against the shirt If these areas look and feel of making them if wrinkles too loose, diagonal should be approximately five
J.C,Cannon who departed this you? collar. Lower your arms. If right, you are ready for the they are Extensive.' Have him wrinkles in the shoulder area inches from the tip of the TROUSERS
life on Feb. 18, 1974.,We miss Beware of the salesman who the collar remains in contact fitter. Your fitter is your best explain his markings us ho mean one shoulder is lower thumb to the tip of the jacket Trousers frequently need
yoUt,singing and the power of tries to get between you and with the shirt you're on the friend. He can make or break makes 'them( on the fabric androPl''rlL. than the other.. This is true sleeve. The cuff of the shirt alterations and cuffing if in
your prayer.The sunshine and the- mirror, who nm. cnnslantlv wav to a enod.._fit__e. Check the .your appearance _In 00 the .___,_, ,ihm n 1 ."II.n the ,ll.IYt/l;,." ,. with most men* Rhnuld show below the m_ Mile of__ fashion.
doing your bit from year to -
year. We loved you but God ..
loved \you best. (signed) 41 W
Mrs L. Cannon, wife. STEAK 148 N.w rN

Greater Bethlehem Free-
will ,.. Baptist Church Rev.
Jasper Williams pastor. W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE HEAVY GRAIN FED \
Weekly 'services began with
Tiny Tots and Ushers Board '
No. 3'meeting Monday night. STEAK 158 41
Senior( Choir rehearsal Tues- BONE .
cUy night, Wednesday night
Prayer, Meeting. Thursday
night Story Hour at the LL
church. Friday night the pas- I
tor and congregation will render -
services at Free Canaan

Saturday dinners will be sold I
from the kitchen. Sunday ser-
vices begin with Church r ryF
School at 9:30.: Morning r : : '1 I eFEF
Worship at 11. Dinner will be
served at 12:30.: Evening
service, 6pm.Ebenezer BONELESS
Baptist Church I, cr $499 Quantity RightsReservecT
ReV4 Leroy Davis' pastor. r1 I
Prayer Meeting and Bible 4 $IOC G WINN.OIXK STORES INC.
Class{; on Thursday. Saturday rt SAVE COPYRIONi19y I >J
thq men will work on the
kitchen! being constructed at
the-:church. Sunday services y PRICES GOOD THURS. FEB. 13 THRU WED. FEB. 19
begin with Church School at "' '
9:43: Morning Worship at 11.
Communion will be given at 7pnyi

Church ReD Morning Evening B.J.Service School Worship Franklin, 5, p.m.10 at pastor.a.m.11. ROUND STEAK L CHUCK STEAK CHICKEN !

Pleasant Grove and Ml.
Morlah United Church Parish, SAVt 40c IB.WO SAVE SAVE WHOLE I
Key. Willie Stitt pastor. Services BRAND 38.
begin at Pleasant Grove USOA CHOICI 41eIB. $ Lf. s. cH01C1
wit.i Prayer Meeting Wednes- TOP BONUISS
day night. Bible Class Thurs- ROUND ta. 98 4'9''
day night. Church School will "ODA.LI. .
begin services at 10 a.m. STEAK(2 '
Sunday; Morning Worship at :
LB. c15 .l LB.
11 with the Youth in charge. $149 LB. D .
Love Feast Service, 4pm.
Ml. Moriah' United' Metho-,. ,
dint church.- a.m'MorJiJ'l1L: : :
Worship 11.:Choir rehearsal. '
Wednesday Greater! Allen night.Chapel' AME: "*-' CH iUST GROUND BEEFWHIN CRISCO

Church. Rev. K. G. Heastie .- ,
pastor\ Church School 10 a.m.' t,\ ';.:, Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette
Morning Worship at 11.. SAVE '. I. 'r' YOU
Evening service, 5:30.: Class .; ..I'x1 PURCHASI3lB.
Meeting and Prayer Meeting W-D BRAND 1O< \ .. 3-lB.
each'. Tuesday night. Choir USDA CHOICE SEEP food Stampsao OR 10-18.

Union.-- ., :3 p.m. Sunday.Obituary. STEW 8 8i: // t further" at PACKAGE 66'I'

MEAT LI. $129 LB. Wun,(. -DrX18\ \ LB. :

C. Benson I

jCiarence Benson, 70, of' W.D TASTY SAVE 17c THRIFTY MAID fAMILYBeef
Ilrke died on arrival at a Steak LB. $138 1 Tomatoes 4 14.01. $100] Bread 3Ss.l l00

August ness. Born 10, 1904 in Michigan, he was on a Bacon 1 m< $1 J09 Short Ribs . LI. 79 Garden Peas 3 CANS 16.1. 88C39C Sausage . 3WD CANS S O'. $1 1
U.S.: Gypson Co. Pot Roast . LB $139 1 44oi. ''M1. 38
Steak $149 Fruit.Juice. Catsup
Surming is his wife, Netra, LB 1 . CAN . '

two'Ethel' sons Ulman, John, ,Jacksonville of Orlando;, Strip Steak . LI. 'I79 Roast . LI. $149 1 Whole. Chicken 'SAN o 99C Cake Mixes '", 'G- 59C

and Joseph Benson, Tav as
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City Beatrice; Mich.Ulman; one sister, Jackson-, Mrs. Cubed Steak LI. $189 Rump Roast LI. $V9 I I & Beans 3 NS. $100 Food .' . 5 CANS $100
Mile; six grandchildren, and
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one'great' -grandchild.
Funeral sen'icesere held MAXWELL HOUSE ..----------'--..-----------. U.S. No. 1 REGULAR

Thursday, Feb. 6, at 2:30: p.m.

with in, Jones Elder Memorial O. M. Yarbrough Chapel COFFEE I.. ..' ... iiOUR I POTATOESSAVE ]

conducting. Interment was in ; ;

Dyal, of Cemetery DeWitt under C. Jones direction limit 1 with $7.5O er mere purchase excluding. cigarette .

Funeral Home. I 1

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Helling Express, your. First faith Baptist at the EX.YAA.. : 15 $ $

Church of Stark this .dlt..-..GREEN'" STAMPS : dYt GREEN STAMPS ; i6SCRACNIN' rr.
Sttttoay.: TMMI 14: CANS : .., CAN OOOO .
Doe KAl Feed NAN : q S."I"u.h'SALTINES21i 10Va-ox. 7-ox.
Hear the great Youth Choir OOOOfHIUMI IffS3

Witt>h;'first Sing Baptist of Thy sing "I.'" :aye n ao.....'HOU'II.. .. ,.. "I u .. ; .__No._______ I' *.. $1|00 CANS PKO5.- j $

1PHoar. .
the Pastor Ben

'Bryant Milled" preach"Spiritual- a massage Depress! HANDY PANTS DISFOSABLEDiapers 2..CT.PICG. 99C SOUTHERN Flour BISCUIT. . 5 'KG." 68C Cabbage; . .- LB. 12C ASTOR Orange Juice '. 3 CANS 12.". I$- 109

Your[ will' experience the Powdered Milk 20-QT. $379 Hot Bread 1..... 8>c69C Pears 3 *1'MILD. ., .Pie '/-v. Z9c' ,
el God In a wonUerful 'ICO. : '. LORI . . {
way as you THRIFTY MAID trl I.

""'If 11D''the Baptist. happy Church.p ppie>> of Potatoes .. 3 CANS 16-0. 88C ,Oranges '. .. 8 .LS.... Rutabagas ., ,. LI.12C Topping .,. ,.: ,2cL...!.,..$100 ,"',,T k!..,.......r....:' 4 ,.

FRESH t r POLY SAG SHOESTRINGPotatoes 10 .j) !
Y with*Heart, .'IG.r. L'. \ .. $ I. ,,7
InMhe t:
Heart of Stark" Pastries . ., 2 PKG1. $1 100 Apples '.' 5 1140'>,:6 'Onions '. . .5 & 49C '. ,. :, 34_ h :..,100

I BEN BRYANT PastervWJLLIAMGEOROe, . ''8 As. $100 Lettuce, ...' .I. ,.. -. .- 'LB' i> '25.' :: MIXED Vegetables . V PEG.69C Cauliflower' ." ..: .''.-.'\a'...59' ;'!J 1 Gil

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Rotary To Fete Now Is The Time To r Prune D( V l5liJ aQthe. "-"" I Area Families ,Needed To Entertain, European I

Its LadiesThe Many Small Plants And ShrubsLate Visitors For, 10 Days This Summer

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Rotary Club of Starke winter and early one inch in diameter to I Starke area families are Now in its thirteenth year Program, Hotel Commodore 42nd Street, New York, New
will pay honor to their spring is the time to prune prevent insects and disease needed to entertain English- American Host has opened Suite 2100 Park Avenue at York 10017 (212)) 683-6587
"Ladies on the occasion of many shrubs and small treesin from entering the cut. (From Page 10)) speaking European teachersas doors to better understanding
their annual ROTARY-ANN the yard. Clipped hedges require a guests in their homes for a10day for more than 5,500 European Selection Of
I had to drink to get Large
J BANQUET on Friday Shrubs that bloom in specialized type of pruningand nuts. period next summer teachers who have passed on
fvenmg. Feb. 21. summer and fall generally may become a continuousjob away from it. Then when she according to the AmericanHost their new understanding of
I This event will beheld at the develop flowers on current during the growing began hiding my liquor and Program. America to their students, Indian Diver35c
Starke and counting out pennies to me American Host is of the colleagues and friends. ,
Golf Country Club, seasons growth and should be season. There are two important one
featuring a char-broiled steak pruned before the first flush of factors to remember from my own pay check, I few nongovernmentalprograms Being a "Host Family" is
dinner prepared and servedby growth in the spring. Shrubs about clipped hedges. The really got sore. I know now designed to show open to anyone who has the Juice Oranges Navels
Ben Moxley's County Club that bloom in the spring or hedge should be clipped while she was trying to help me, but the American way of life to desire to increase un-
Caterers. it sure didn't look like it-to me foreign teachers by pairing derstanding and
winter should be pruned the new growth is green and
"We'll kick-off promptly at immediately after floweringhas succulent. Also, the plant then. IT"JUST MADE ME them with American families.PROMISE. between Americans and Temples Tangelos
7 p.m. with the view of wind- finished. should be trimmed so that the WORSE. r Europeans. Host Families are

ing up an evening of good fun, Pruning is practiced to base of the hedge is wider than Alcoholics) often find them .. required to provide a private
good food and good fellowship maintain health control that light reach room, meals for their guest,
plant ,
the top so can HeadsLETTUCE
selves in opposition to their TO BE/MORE CAREFUL WITH Large Large
by 8:30: says Bill Hood, club plant growth, and encourage the lower leaves. families and friends and they FIRE IN THE WOODS THIS friends, neighbors and
flowering and fruiting. These Unless a shrub is a topiary
of the formahedge react to this by claiming that perhaps fellow teachers and to
High point evening'sprogram objectives shouldbe espalier or part of a the world around them doesn't YEAR AVOCADOES49
will be the see places of interest in the
presentation remembered as you prune. it should not be closely understand them. In this they
of the distinguished "Paul Pruning should encourage clipped but allowed to developinto 5t40Kff1L area. '
Fellow award are right. The world American Host all South Fla. South Fla.
Harris to arranges 3
form. This
plant health not plant a naturalistic LBS.TOMATOES .
surrounding the alcoholic has
someone in recognition of his disease.: Therefore, it is important does not mean that the plant transportation. Host Familiesare
or her dedicated service in or to prune properly should be left alone, but that rarefy understood him, or asked to meet their guest 39 POLE BEANS 79C
for the activities of the local using the correct pruning pruning is done to enhance the what ailed him or what to do upon arrival in their area. Lb.
Rotary Club by Tom Slade, tools. For general cleanup natural beauty of the plant. ,about It"The prevailing men- Teachers and Host Families
chairman of the club's Paul hand pruning shears are used First step in pruning is to tal climate of ignorance misconception have an opportunity to Check Our Wide SvlvcfcionOf'
Harris Foundation Com- loopers may be used for remove all dead diseased, or and prejudice correspond month for at least a ;,
mittee. branches up to one inch a injured branches. Once this is concerning alcoholism has not before meeting.Arrangements ll9ml
Entertainment for the even- saw can be used for done it may be necessary to been a healthy climate for the for par'
ing will be furnished by an larger branches and hedge thin out the plant. Remove growth and spread of recoveries ticipating as a Host Family I' ColdcutsSmoked
outstanding quartet' from shears should be used to trim branches that cross each it has been a climate A can be made by writing by i'''1''' ,''d't P' iP u11u
Gainesville "The good way to dart out the March 15 to: I'
neighboring which
will the monstrous
closely clipped hedges only. other or they obviously fostered New Year I The American
Hogtown Howlers. All tools should be kept sharp. become entangled. growth of alcoholism itself. Host Sausage
All local Rotarians are Sharp tools not only cut easier If the shrub still looks too This concludes 'discussion 'I
urged to put this date and timeon but will not bruise the plant thick remove some of the our '
of what the and
their calendars and it family DeWitt Jones & HamsNorman's
plan Bacon
tissue. Bruising the plant older branches. Remove any friends of an alcoholic should
as a special evening of entertainment causes slower healing of the branches that are distinctly NOT do in their efforts to help
for their Rotary- wound and causes an increaseIn different from the rest of the him. There is a great deal the
Anns Hood says. the probability of disease.A shrub. Cut back excessivelylong family CAN do to help the Funeral Home
Smoke,.Says clean cut should be made. growth to a bud that is alcoholic make a start toward Farm
This means the cut surface four to six inches below the recovery and this will be the STARKE RHONE 9646200RENTAL
SMOKING OUT GAME should have a smooth surface average branch length. If you topic of discussion next week.N.NNaaaMa.wN.N .
LIKE THAT IS A GOOD nota rough one that looks as if wish to reduce the size of the ... .W HOSPITAL BEDS.WALKEBS.WHEEL CHAIRS. Produce Market
WAY TO SET THE j, the tissue has been torn or shrub cut back each branch Career girl to perfume dA CRUTCHES
pulled. Care should be taken four to six inches to a new sales clerk
? : "What have '
WOO ON FIRE you 617 N.
/), not to injure the plant aroundthe bud. Do not use hedge shears can get through to a :, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Temple Ave.9646O71 .
ft- cut, or tear the bark but cut each branch fellow with hay fever?" 473-3176
above or below the cut. The separately. This will provide a -Jo Fisher Publisher Hall Syn. PHONE Open Mon-Saf

r, cambium layer a thin layer of neat, informal shrub that dlcata -. _.. .
( cells just below the bark retains its naturalistic shape.A .
J f 1 which is important in wound properly pruned shrub is a
'" 1I'' healing is easily injured. Do work of art and beauty. -
\ "I '" not twist or turn the shears as Shrubs should look natural :
.l\\\ you cut because you will InJure and fit into the landscape not
"'Ffit .'' .. the plant as well as your resemble a huge green
-please be careful with shears. A wound compound meatball that rolled off of FAMILY DISCOUNT STONES
aU fires! should be applied to cuts over some giant plate. s

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,,,.,, ,'..'-iP-.:!.\ i. .:'f"', !?' Start Slated On Hampton Fire House i 20,000 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT!
't 'r", \ and of
nyr not
HAMPTON Plans were dinances have been read three stores In the city. Two council- a drop water
approved and a materials bid times in council meetings and men had been doing that
let Tuesday night for a starton advertised once, the proposedlaws chore.A .
the town's new fire house to will be placed on a
be big enough to house three special election ballot for change at Tuesday's
fire trucks. sometime early in June. meeting was that the city hall
The 40 by 50 foot cbncrete 'n other action Tuesday the has been panelled and has new $
block building is to go up council employed V. Salter curtains.' "It's beautiful"
between city hall and the and Joe Tooms to pick up says Telegraph Reporter
Hampton General Store... City limbs and packing boxes from Josephine Fontaine
1141 fathers moved Tuesday nightto
4 close the alley between the
Farm Bureau
city hall and Arthur Bruno's Legislative I" I
property to make room for the
1 fire house. Committees To Meet MondayIn
Edwards Concrete of
Gainesville was low bidder on
the cement at $28.50 per cubic, Lake Butler Center"The
r yard and will supply concrete
I IE! q blocks at 34.5 cents each less GAINESVILLE' The work of the county
II 10 percent. Edwards sub legislative relations committees legislative committees is very
rig vi mitted the lowest of two bids. of Baker Bradford, important this year because of
I 1 Hampton currently has two Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, the number of priority issues
, fire trucks. The town plans to Clay and Union County Farm facing agriculture, and also SEE 1 .
I Iq-( i ii purchase a new fire engine for Bureaus will meet at 7:30 p.m. because: of the large numberof '
the third unit.Necessity Monday February 17. in Lake new legislators in 1975 41 HUNDREDS OFBIBLICAL I
of a new fire Butler at the Lake Butler new members in the House
house arose when the propertyon Community Center and nine new Senate members ,
which the former fire station All members of the ," he concluded.
: *jiT stood was sold and the legislative committees from WONDERS
city forced to vacate last October the seven counties are invitedto SmoJeey Saytt filmed
The two fire trucks are attend the meeting con- "
now kept beyond the city hall. ducted by the Public Affairs GOOD SPORTSMEN in *Se /
The council also approvedon Division of the Florida Farm PUT our THEIRWARMING Holyand.DAPTED
first reading by Attorney Bureau Federation (FFBF) in l ORES FOR THE SCREEN '
Dudley Hardy the placementon Gainesville. I. DEAD OUT! IND DIRECTED BY RON ORMOND r/
election ballot of
a special i
rl r three proposed city or- FFBF's chief legislative DR.. R. G. LEE DR. JACK HYLESBOR. BOB GRAY

dinances: officer, Jim Burt said Farm ONE
1)) To make the mayor's'term Bureau's priority legislative
j li of office two years, In-. issues will be reviewed at the Feb. 19
stead of one. session, and plans will be 7:30pm:
2)) To have the city clerk be
made for making a future trip
hired by the council instead of to Tallahassee by the At the Pine Level Baptist Church

Eleven:.1'sets of Fisher-Price toys were presented to Bradford County kindergarten classes elected. legislative committees and 4 Miles West of Starke
Monday by members of the Starke Junior Woman's Club. 3)) To have the city marshall! making future contacts with on Hwy 100
!t Is hoped the project! will become an annual one for the Junior Women according to Mrs. be an employee of the council local state legislators."The ALL INVITED!
Alicia Steffa right education chairman for the Junior Woman's Club and a teacher at rather than elected, and to most important cog in
Southslde Elementary where the above presentation took place In the classroom of Mrs. Laurie change the title of marshall! to Farm Bureau's legislativewheel
? Mullins. Mrs. Judy Goodowns president of the Junior Woman's Club presented the toys at chief of police. is the, county Farm <>
Southside. Starke Elementary. Lawtey Elementary Brooker Elementary and Hampton After the proposed or- Bureau legislative committee Fire prevention 1 i.a mutt during t
Elementary From left above are Mrs. Marilyn Vellenga. Mrs. Levy Lennon Mrs. Mullins. ," said Burt. hunting season
,Principal Dewey McKinney, Mrs. Goodowns. and Mrs. Steffa. -- -
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Bradford School FOOD

i Personnel ShiftedSTARKE TM GfIIiIibi Foal. P.,1 h TIC *Hffcfc| Fowl Pttftw

Two teacher Mrs. Yvonne Long from Vellenga, assigned duties in a PantryBRouND
resignations at Bradford Southslde Elementary. Mrs. special reading program at I
Middle School have caused the Long's position at SS was then the administrative level, was SUPERMARKETS'
shifting to teacher duties of filled by Mrs. Bernice Bate- moved to Southside to replaceMrs. Pride
three school employees who man who will also continue as Mary Agnes Fergusonwho STARKE
formerly had no classroom Instructional community education coor- is on maternity leav,. STEAKS; H
responsibilities.The dinator. A Lawtey third grade WALNUT ST. I MAYONNAISE:
follow Jim teacher Mrs. Tatum
moves Supt. Mrs. Stanwix-Hay's gifted Sylvia ,
Temple's plan to get some program has been picked up was not replaced recently '- VIHVOAV LOW MlCIt OOOO MVINOAVS
$25,000 of the $90,000 cut the by Cocena Santangini who will when she went on maternity .1 ,'win.NUANV BONUS.uvt ooooTHNU
school board's budget suffered also continue the drug educa- leave because of the low 148 .,.NT.N ,INYID 32oz 9 <,
by not hiring replace tion program in which she is enrollment in the third gradeat U.S. CHOICL a.in filial It Kent 9
ments tor teachers who resignthe now assigned.In Lawtey.The ?, U.lt1.LFOOD STUMPCOUPONS JAR
rest of this term. previous moves to school board, by such '
told the school board Monday replace teachers leaving with shifts as above, saves the
night that the shakeup'Ivill not present'personnel with' non- ,salary' of the' departing. #
cause the loss of state or fed- teaching duties Mrs. Marilyn teachers. *
eral funds and that all '
programs will be continued. s.
Most recent shifting of per- UCI Exhibit Award
'sonnel was caused by the : CHUCK BEEF BLADE U. S. NO. 1

resignation teachers of, Jerry two mathematics and Sara- Winner At State FairThe SIRLOIN STEAKS CHUCKROAST :WHITEPOTATOES

Wellborn from Bradford
'Middle School. Mrs. Wellborn horticultural exhibit of received a special rosette STEAKS BEEF BLADE
,taught sixth grade and Well- the Union Correctional In- award.
',born the eighth. stitution (UCI, Raiford wona UCI Ornamental Hor- ,000 11 N mJiiiiij B
Wellborn has been replaced special award of honor at the ticulture Instructor M. B. Iaa.IAIN LBLOOSE
by Mrs. Peggy Stanwix-Hay, a Florida State Fair in progressat Jordan and one inmate kept l.LiItl i l[ IINfE r.lplltE
special teacher in the gifted Tampa through Feb. IS. the display attended and
mathematics program, and The 150 individual entries answered questions."We .
by Miss Myrna Lou Rahn a submitted by 60 inmates also feel that our exhibitsare
principal at BMS. Mrs. Wellborn earned 80 blue ribbons, 40 red the best in the show" 1rl.rayfDaPwi.
;, has been replaced by ribbons and 30 white ribbons. Jordan said. "We're getting a BONELESS oam.c.ryDarlorprke of A n.a-wfaw suns N.,t. u BOSTON rtfort BLADE n.INlrfa F"NI ry,,,, Tlr'nIp Fse{
Carolyn Goodrum who transferred The' exhibit was a 30-foot lot of questions and the inmateis FRESH CHUCK POT SLICED
from Starke Elemen- square garden area which doing a fine job of an- BEE FRYERS ROAST FLORIDA YELLOW
':tary. included 12 types ,of Dief- swering them."" .9NW.YW.w I ROAST ,a UaBACON ORANGES ONIONS
The vacancy left at SE has fenbachia. The exhibit was The fair one of the largestin di' ::49c wo 1 '
,been filled by the transfer of titled "Speckled Beauties." It the nation provides a' Ne Mu" v11a '
showcase for exhibits of
livestock poultry. vegetables.
Fair field crops and other products Ev ryDayLowPrkev T""" Q.dU.e_ FHol PtopIo r... fHOt PtopIo r.... fHOt ,....
Bradford Science Florida. UNE "0' HEINl '" ,
of DRAPER ""SH ""''S
Horticulture Department wona BUTTER TOMATOES SAUCE
Set Feb. 18-19 At BHS special award of merit at the .00'> CELERY
State Fair at $139 3Ioumvimr '"" 79(
- --- - - --- Florida Tampalast JAR $IlE' SULKCOMPARE 17c
year and has won awardsat
other large fairs in Florida. '
science STARKE fair. of The Bradford annual Science Major Department.reason for holding the 0 MKr, .ml COMPARE! "::.!ir ::;: I COMPARE! ":CrvoNT;:: .:,.

County Tuesday School and Wednesday is set next to science give fair students during a the chance week to is [rrD(1JW Spare Ribs ..W.EK; r:.- 88eto' I Fryer Comb'ka.riF.;i "..79tto' I Roll Sausage OOA Y-NDLL FOUND"" 79C: ?

February, 18-19 in the new see the projects. This will be Sliced Bologna MINT;-cxv.-: ;,,.. 99tto' I Skinless Franks ="; 69*, t4' I Orange Juice' nr:. 98e ..'

Bradford math-science High School.building, at the fair, first notes mid-week McGriff. science Cottage Cheese "arar 89* .' I Sliced Bologna y FN:.- 89't4', i Pantry Pride Macaroon::'-'59c f.

Projects will be set up from The new math-science ( $ Turkey....TOND i..H..* .._ 4geto' II Cooked Ham Iced Oatmeal Paw.,.,:.- 59c ,"
8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesday. building is northernmost of 1 L'QUICK_.. ... :;o:;K a$1" II c..j., .

Judging 11:30: will a.m.be to conductedfrom 3 p.m. almost the three directly new BHS across1'emple.wings; it is Turkey Loaf ,I ISO.. 'rlto' I Boneless Hams ar:.. 4" 110' I Iced Spice COOKI.4 PAN;,".:."'' 59c ,"

,Tuesday. The public is invitedto Avenue from the school ad- SENIOR CHAPTERThe
FFA sold all the cattleat
view the projects at an open, ministration building.
the school farm for
house Tuesday night between8:30'and Projects will be entered In except e ,
two divisionsthe Junior one cow and one steer. We will
: 8 as well as
Division, grades 7-9 and the barbecue the cow that will be
:during the day Tuesday. REGULAR GRIND MUSSELMAN
eaten at the school farm Pantry PACKER LABEL
on a
On Wednesday the fair will Senior Division, grades 10-12. Pride ORELECTRIC LYKES
work day for the memberswho
Judges will include some PERKCOFFEE
be open to BHS classes to view APPLESAUCE FRENCHFRIES
school hours. Anyone local people, such as County show up to work. The
during CHILI
Forester Reedy steer will be shown In the
,student or non-student who Terry
Bradford Fair
DuPont Technical Supervisor County in
could not make it to see the WITH BEANS
'projects Tuesday is invited to Richard Ables, and Union April.
,come to the school Wednesday High Science Department S 2 LB
'for that purpose, says Jerry Chairman Marie Woodley. The 16-22 of this month will POLYRAG 3/l
McGriff chairman of the BHS be FFA week for all FFA
members. This is a big event
for all members as It is every .
year during FFA week. At the COMPARE! PNCU, u.,..'.0 COMPARE OWN IVIHVOAV LOW ..... I COMPARE 005 IaMr ....
ECONOMY end of the week the YEA .KD?
plans to have some events Blackeyed Peas m -. 39 to' ; Pantry Pride Catsup ':r3li / .. I Pantry Pride Dinners '01 49c I.

PAINT PAINT events against are other frying clubs.pan throw These Vienna Sausage "S... 29c .' Roast-N-Boast ':::' 4/l/ I4< I Taco Casserole "-.'.?:':r 79c 10.Dog' .

three-legged race tug of war, Food .NNTNVNNDI. .... s 1.99 20' Dill Pickle .Chips ,:???:: 43c .< I Boil-N-Bag ':"V";w"::S 32<. ..

etc.Charles Ferguson Reporter Peanut Butter "T.1-1 Jl" 20. Pantry j Pride Olives :.: :', 49cj 101 I Lambrecht>Pizza ....':::,,?? 7729e c, 'm

JOB JOB. I FFA JUNIOR CHAPTER Monogram Rice : ; 78 j Cranberry Sauce ..NIITwal'wl 3/l/ .a t Pork & Beans ,.......:o.II...'. .. "

Members of the BradfordSr. Vanilla Extract'"rar": ; 69c to. Overnite :
Diapers C"T,10":: 87 'no Beef Stew 691'is.
.and Jr. Chapters join with :..::

ONLY $4995 ONLY 6995 over members 430,000 in the United other Statesin FFA f ,Pantry Pride Wipes 'ND 49c .0. i French Gr'n Beans' ;H" 389J / = i'. : Luncheon Loaf ","::" 49c ..

celebrating National FFA, Pantry Pride Cups 'aNa' 79c 70. J Sliced,Carrots 'or": : ..4/$1/ : Pantry Pride Spinach :co 5/95c/ .a'

Body. Repair & 468-1173 Week Throughout which starts the Feb.week 15.the : Pantry Pride Cups co::'':v 69c '0. i Mashed Potatoes .r::*. o:: 39c I Potted Meat I'::ot 5151I / 1.-

Rust Damage state's 15.000 member are 1-1.
South of Waldo On planning activities to ,
supportthe =
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a Extra Waldo Road.1 MileSWANSON'S Jor theme Growth., "FFA" According- A Chance to DIXIE CRYSTAL b .' :, Tloolooollloc> fHOt (ftryo.rlowPtx Party nal.. ; riOLe .I.au }J i',
; a.E IC.NG S IZ I '. '
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presidents Andy Baldree and SUGAR OWM N SIBVI ,
BODY SHOP Harold Waters, the Bradford ; BREAD ROLLS: BABY I S1 .. 1 '" t ', r\
Sr. and Jr. Chapters will holda eta, i SHAMPOO I ,PU. : :..N.',.'!'., I ax
barbecue a field day, five .aQ Zk 99 3/l < I _'"'.C'OOI"" I /f..J ;p,I
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REGISTER About 36 at .. .-
BAPTIST ware. guests ,
BRADFORD COUNTY. SERVICE COMMISSIONto Brooker Baptist Church will tended. Josephine, Fontaine

Pursuant to Section 866.09 CASE NO. 75-25 host two Sweetheart Banquetsthis
Florid Statute, notice "is here FLORIDA STATE year. The Youth Banquetwill NEW RIVER BAPTIST FRIENDS&NEIGHBORS flu Ile tar

by given that the Undersigned PAUUNE LOTT, Plaintiff, vs. TELEPHONE COMPANYand be held Friday, Feb. 14, at BANQUETSPLANNED Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leach of t. taii.llXLCNei

Cecelia T. Tarwillagar, 1525 E. CHARLES HENRY ALEXAN- 7:30: pm. in the EducationalHall. The Youth's Sweetheart Owensboro, Ky have
ALL OTHERINTERESTED Speaker for this affair Banquet will be held-Triday
Call St.. Starke, Bradford DER and DAISY ANN ALEXAN- returned home after spendingtwo s
PARTIES will be Tommy Aman of Feb. 14, at 7:30: pm. in the
County, Florida 32091, doing DER, his wife Defendant weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
Tallahassee. Master of New River Baptist Church.
cere- Omer Lefebvre of Hampton. Church
businaa under the firm name "The Country with
of "TERWILlEGAR REALTY" NOTICE OF ACTIONTo NOTICE is hereby given that monies will be Greg Douglas, Robin Welch will sing "LoveIs Mr. and Mrs. Walter the Heavenly Message.,

206 West Madison Street, an Examiner designated by the with special music by Terry A Mystery" and the inspirational Rhoden' honored their son, x Four miles west of Starke on

Starke, Bradford County, Charles Henry Alexander Florida Public. Service Commission Cranford and Susan and Doyle magician" Mark Edward on his fourth Hwy. 100. Church phone 964-
will hold public hearingsin "Jimmy the Great, will be
Florida 32091 intends to register and Bell.The birthday with a supper, and 6490. Parsonage 964-6407.
Ann his Docket No. 74761-TP at the Adult Banquet will be featured at both banquets. also a steak honoring
said fictitious name under the Daisy Alexander supper Sunday Bible School 10
provisions of aforesaid statute. wife time and place designated here- held at 7:30: Saturday, Feb. 15, The Adult Banquet will be Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Galling David Hodges Sunday Morning Wor-
219 East Humble Ave. inbetow on the Petition of Florida in the Educational Hall. Guest held Saturday, Feb. 15, at 7:30: on their second anniversary. a.m.
sole .
Cecelia T.
Terwillegar 10:50
ship, : a m. Sunday
owner. Longvlew, Texas 75601 State Telephone Companyfor speaker at this time will be p.m. with Glenda Andrews as Enjoying the occasions with Hodges HonoredAs Evening Training 6pm.
authority to increase its rates Rev. Richard Barber Super- soloist.
them Mr. and Mrs.
this 23rd of were
Dated day
Evening Worship, 7
January, A. D. 1973 at Starke, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat and charges so that it will have intendent of Missions for the Theme for both banquets is ward Rowe and Gracie., Exceptional Sunday
the of New River and Santa Fe Asso- "Masked Magic, and p.m. 4
Florida. a Complaint to foreclose opportunity to earn a rate every Julia Griffis of Graham :
Wednesday Evening
1/23 41 2/12 Articles of Agreement has been return of approximately 9.21% ciations. Master of cere- one is urged to attend.PERSONALS .' gave a wedding shower for Insurance Man Worship 7:30: p.m., ,,''
on its August 31, 1974, end monies will be Tommy Cox,
filed against you in the above- year Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Dean School Prayer Meetings:
rate base which will with special music by Terry of rt. 2.
produce David
named Court, and you are Baker. They received many Lee Hodges Bradford High Tues. and
THE CIRCUIT COURT, additional'annual revenuesof Cranford, Susan and Doyle Mrs. Mary Green observedher honoredby
IN required to serve a copy of your gross nice gifts. The bride and Starke was recently Thurs., 8 a.m., Room A18.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF answer or pleading to the $282,372 at the following time Bell, and W. B. McKinney, 94th birthday on Tuesday, groom are from Hampton and his associates and the man- Union Cc." / High:" Wed.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD Complaint on tie Plaintiff's and place: violinist. Feb. 4. Mrs. Inez Green and are making their home In agement of his district when 107.
7:20 arn., m
FORD COUNTY. attorney, RICHARD E. WELTY, Theme for both banquetswill Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox Graham., they selected him as the exceptional :

114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box 10:00: a.m., C.S.T., Wednes- be "Country Love," and spent the day with her in life insurance man Sunday radio ministry over

CIVIL ACTION 995, Starke Florida, 32091, and day, February 19, 1975. Holmes decorations will center around Roberts Nursing Home RECREATIONBasic of the quarter. WPXE (1640)), 8:30 a.m
Case No.7515In file the original answer or plead- County Courthouse 201 North this theme. Everyone is urgedto Gainesville. They all enjoyed! Education classes are Hodges was presented witha :

re: The Matter of the ing in the office of the Clerk of Oklahoma, Bonifay Florida, attend. birthday cake and ice cream Monday and Wednesday personalized plaque acknowledging SWKKTHKARTBANQUET: :

Adoption of ROBERT DEXTER the Circuit Court in and for 32425 and Mrs. Green received evenings, 6:30: to 9:30: p,m., at the merits of his The 3rd Annual Sweetheart

WIGGINS Bradford County, Florida, on or and .' BRIDALSHOWER some nice gifts. She was in the Hampton City Hall and achievement.The Banquet will be held Saturday
before March 3, 1975. 9:30: a.m., Friday, February 21, Miss Kathey Jones, bride- good spirits. Recreation Center. selection was based not night at the new Starke ar
NOTICE OF SUIT- Real Property at issue Is as 1975, Bradford County Court- elect of Sammy Hallmark, Leslie Green and Mrs. only on his sale of life insur- mory. Tickets are on sale at

NO PROPERTYTo follows: house, Starke, Florida, 32091 was honored with a miscell- Amanda Lewis visited Mrs. There will be a craft class at ance for the quarter but alsoon Bullington's and Wishbone

The West 462 feet of the East aneous shower at 7:30: p.m. Mary Green in Roberts the Hampton City Hall and his general attitude Fried Chicken for S3 each and
Bwin Pfubbs II PURPOSE OF HEARINGThe Feb. 6 in the Edu- Nursing Home. At the time of towards the life insurance
: Dexter 858 feet of the South One-Half Thursday Recreation Center on Wednes- today (Thursday) is the last
7200 Hampton Blvd. (Sft) of the Southwest One- purpose of these hearingsshall cational Building of Brooker this writing she was not doingtoo day afternoon from 2:30: to business. day to purchase.

Norfolk, Virginia Quarter (ISWV4)) of the South be to permit the Petitionerto Baptist Church. Hostesses on well. Please keep her in 4:30.: Anyone interested can Hodges represents Liberty Young people from 7th

east One-Quarter (SEW> of make a presentation of its this occasion were Iva Jean your prayers. meet with the class at this National Life Insurance grade through college are

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Section 20, Township 7 South, testimony and exhibits in Harrell Edith Melvin, Jua- Mary Jane Green is con- time. Company's Gainesville, invited to attend.

an action fa Adoption has Range 22 East. support of its Petition for a rate nita Adams, Linda Harrell, fined to her home with flu. Florida office. Activities start at 6-30: with

been filed against you. Dexter If you fail to do so, judgmentby increase and to permit all public Lavern Edwards, Jean Mrs. Ruby Hodges, and The Hampton Senior Bullington's taking

Bwin Phibbs, II, and you are default will be taken against witnesses who so desire the Parrish Theo Dyal, Sherry Mrs. Sowell are in Alachua Citizen's club met February 7 "sweetheart portraits. "

required to serve a copy of your you for relief demanded in the opportunity to give testimony McDavid, Mary Jane Green, General Hospital. with 19 members present. Special speaker for the
written defenses, if any to it, on Complaint. regarding the pro-posed rate and Betty Hayes. The hostesses Sport Tucker is home again, Mrs. Bernice Bateman explained evening will! be Ron Keilly of

the plaintiff's attorney, whose WITNESS my hand and seal increase as well as the adequacyand presented Miss JonesIN but still needs our prayers. to the club about the Jacksonville with special

name and address is George H. this 21st day of January, 1975. the quality of service being Harley Shaw is in Bradford craft class that is to be held on music by the "Glory Road
Pierce Esq. P. O Drawer 1030, rendered by the telephone company I County Hospital, and Morrish Wednesday afternoons. Plans Quartet" of Middleburg.

Starke, Florida, 32091, and file GILBERT S. BROWNAS to permit intervenors, if THE CIRCUIT COURT Dyal was admitted to the were made for a fun auction.All Dress will be "Sunday best"or
the original l with the dark of the CLERK OF SAID COURTBy any, actively participating in the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Veterans Hospital in Gaines- members are to bring semi-formal. Banquet

above styled court on a before : Beulah M. Moody case to present evidence, and to FLORIDA IN AND FOR ville on Tuesday. Please something to be auctioned off .... (PopU.lCO chairman is Gary Wheeler,
February 17, 1975: otherwise a Deputy Clerk conduct cross-examination of all BRADFORD COUNTY. remember them in your at the next meeting. Mrs. 9646490.

judgement may be entered 1/304t 220IN witnesses at the conclusion of prayers. Vaughan reported that she ?

against you for the relief their testimony. CIVIL ACTION had gotten the booth for the SINGING TEENS: :
demanded in the complaint or CASE No.75-7 fair and that National Protein
The Teen
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PUBLIC WITNESSES Opportunities For Service: Singing Group
petition. Inc. has agreed to half from Pine Level last
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL sponsor Sunday School 9 sang
WITNESS my hand and the CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR AND PROCEDUREThe MARIE L. BAUGESS. Plaintiff, St. Mark's of the cost of the booth. As yet 45; Morning Worship at 11 Friday at t a revival meeting in
seal of said Court on January 14, procedure to be followed vs. HAZEL PHIFER Defendant she does not have a sponsorfor Faith Baptist Church. Perry.
BRADFORD COUNTY.IN o'clock, sermon: "Spiritual
1975. PROBATE at said hearing shall be as t ISCO IL.Church the other half of the cost. Depression;" Church Council All had a great time exceptfor
follows: With respect to the NOTICE OF SUIT Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krieger the there and
long trip
CASE NO. 5 o'clock; Training
GILBERT BROWNAs hearing on February 19, Petitioner i' PROPERTY will represent Hampton Club back.
6:15 Evening Worship at 7:30:
: ;
Oerk of said Court shall give a brief summaryof
IN RE The Estate of CUL-- at the meeting in Kissimmee.An "What Seekest
M. : its case at the outset. Follow To Carl ond ant Jookoon Stroll Sermon;
Beulah Moody E. Church
By: : Baugsss
U read invit-
invitation was "TI""': BURNING HELL"This :
PEPPER M. LEWIS Deceased. Thou
f ??
that members of the REV JOH4! M. PLYNS.
I r\ As Deputy Clerk ing public Address unknown THE ing all members to the cele- Girls Ensemble film will be shown only
Monday ,
1/23' 2/12 shall be permitted to testify YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat :
NOTICE OF PROBATETO bration of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn 6:30: ; Youth Choir, 7 o'clock; once on Wednesday; Feb. 19.
the Petition. At the
regarding an action to the following Thurs., Feb. 13 Brownie Hall's 50th wedding anniver- Central Training School 7:15.: at 7:30: p.m at Pine Level. The

IbUTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF ALL PERSONS INTER testimony conclusion, of the the Petitioner public witness shall property Florida in Bradford County Troop, '3:30: p.m. inquirers J" sary in March. Another Invi- Tuesday: Junior Choir and movie opens lathe'Valley of
VB EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT : Class 7:30 Senior Choir tation was read from Joe Gehenna -outside Jerusalem
ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF then present its testimony and : ; Handbell Group, 3:20: p.m.; ,
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR SAID DECEDENT: exhibits of the Practice, 7:30.: Kerrigan inviting the club Central Training School 7:15.: with flames leaping in the
BRADFORD COUNTY. You are hereby notified that a Petition followed in support PARCEL 1: One acre squareon Fri., Feb. 14 Junior Choir members to a covered dish Wednesday: Family Night background. Form there
by cross-exa North side of SE'of NW%
CASE NO. 7524IN written instrument purporting to mination by the Commission of Practice, 3:30: p.m. lunch at Starke. There was Supper, 6:15: ; RA.; GA. ; action progresses to Mt.
an adjoining road lying in .
be the Last Will and Testamentof staff Sun., Feb. 16 Holy Eucha- group singing with Paul Acteens World Friends. Sinai, where we see the scene
RE: Tile Marriage of' said decedent has been With to the Section 26, Township 7 South rist, 8.30: a.m. Church School, Krieger accompanying on the Mission Friends 6:30: "Hourof of Korah and his revels fall

CATHERINE A. HALDEMAN, admitted to probate in, this respect 21 Petitioner hearing shall on Range 22 East, SAVE AND 9:45: ; Holy' Eucharist, 11; guitar. Refreshments were Power" and Central through the earth into the

Petitioner, and PAUL V. HAL- Court. ,You are hereby commanded February brief of givea the EXCEPTING THEREFROM Junior EYC; 5 p.m.; Senior served, and the cake was Training School, 7:15: ; Church; ,, bowels, of hell.
its at
summary case Commence at the intersection of L
I DEMAN EYC donated Genette will the rich flan and
Respondent. within four ((4)) calendar outset. that membersof 6:45. by Krieger. Choir, 8:15.Thursday.< We see
Following ,
months from the date of the first the public shall be the North boundary of SE54 of Mon., Feb. 17 Brownie The door prize was won by : Visitation 9:30: ;; his five brothers as they "liveit

NOTICE OF SUIT publication of this notice to the permitted Petition.At NW'/4 of Section 26, Township 'Troop 604, 4:30 p.m. Lynn Hall. Game prizes wentto Music Makers 3:20: ; Central up" on earth and make

appear in this Court and show to testify the conclusion regarding of the 7 South, Range 22 East, Bradford Tues., Feb. 18 Girl Scout Mr. Hall, Paul Krieger, Bill Training School, 7:15.: light of Lazarus. Later we

To: PAUL V. HALDEMAN cause, if any you can, why the witness public Commission County, Florida, and the Troop 614, 3:30: p.m.. Youth Fontaine, Lawrence Cos- witness their remorse and
1030 Chew Street action of this Court in admittingsaid staff testimony shall ,conclude the its Easterly right of way line of Confirmation Class 3:30.: grove, and Virginia Cosgrove.The -Ben P. Bryant Pastor regret in the depths of hell.

AHemown, Pa. 18102 Will to probate should not cross-examination if State Road No. 100 and 'run' Wed., Feb. 19- Covered dish next meeting will be We are expecting a full
stand unrevoked necessary. thence South 18 degrees 35 supper 6:30: p.m. Lenten February 21. house, so come early.KKYIVAI .
of Petitioner'sproposed CARD THANKS
I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Copies minutes, 30 seconds East along Service, 7:30.: Send me your news items to
tariff revisions are said right of way line, 210 feet; Our heartfelt thanks to all
an action for dissolution of Wayne M. Carlisle Box 160, Hampton, or call 468-
available for theCommission's who extended
inspection at thence North 89 16 comforting
marriage has been filed againstyou Circuit Judge 1156 or leave them at the PLANNEDAT :
main office 700 minutes, 30 seconds East 77 feet sympathy and help in our
and you are required to 1/30 4t 220NOTICE Hampton General Store.
South Adams Street, to the point of beginning; thence Sick Call. Man opening a recent sorrow. For the beautiful 1slC11RISTIANEvangelist
serve a copy of your written Tallahassee, Florida, and at the continue North) 89 degrees 16 mail ad for hospitalization ------ Service floral offerings twight) Chaplainof

defenses if any, to it on offices of the Petitioner. minutes 30 seconds East 133 insurance featuring direct ONION TIP and other kindnesses, we are Lake worth will conduct a
RICHARD E. WELTY, 114 N. OF INTENTIONTO You can add excitement to a revival at the First Christian
feet, thence North 18 degrees cash payments: "Here's deeply grateful.
Walnut Street. P. O Box 995, REGISTER ADDITIONAL NOTICETo 35 minutes 30 seconds West 38 another one of those getrichsick roast or meat stew by sticking Church in Starke from Feb. 16

Starke Florida. 32091, and file FICTITIOUS NAME assure that the public'is feet, thence South 72 degrees, schemes." three whole cloves into an -The family of to Feb. 21 starting at 7:30: p.m.
the original with the Clerk of the and The is invited.
onion cooking with it. public
aware of the public hearing 21 minutes, 12 seconds West, Contributed by Val Humble William
above-styled Court on or before Pursuant to Section 86509 Delicious.
scheduled in this matter, Rorida 12662 feet to the point of
March 3, 1975, otherwise a Florida Statutes, notice is State Telephone Company is beginning "

judgment may be entered hereby given that the undersigned directed to publish in a news-

against you for the relief R. G. Hunsinger, 105E. paper of general circulation in its PARCEL 2: Commence at the
demanded in the Petition. Madison Street, Starke
service area, on two separate intersection of the North
WITNESS my hand and the Florida 32091. doing business dates to the scheduled
boundary of SE% of NWVi of
seal of said Court on the 22nd under the firm name of "APEX
dates ad-
hearing quarter page Section 26 Township 7 South,
day of January, 1975.GILBERTS.. TV SERVICE", 106 E. Madison vertisements setting forth fully
Range 22 East, Bradford
Street, Starke, Bradford the time and place of the public County Florida,and the Easterly
BROWNAS County, Rorida,, intends
to hearing scheduled herein and of SCKC
right way line of State Road
CLERK OF SAID COURTBy register said fictitious name the nature and scope of said No. 100 and run thence South

: Beulah M. Moody under the provisions of aforesaid hearing. Said notice shall also 18 degrees, 36 minutes 30
Deputy Clerk statute.R. .
advise the public that
they may seconds East along said right of
1/30 4t 220IN G. Hunsinger sole
owner. testify at said hearing with way line, 210 feet to the point of
Dated this 6th day of respect to adequacy and qualityof beginning thence continue
February, A. D. 1975 at Starke service and the
proposed rate
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Rorida. South 18 degrees 35 minutes,
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL increase. Proof of publication 30 seconds East along said rightof

CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- 2/6 4tp 2/27 ,that such notices have been way line, 22 feet, thence

FORD COUNTY. published should be filed with North 72 degrees, 21 minutes,

CASE NO. IN THE CIRCUIT .COURT the Commission prior to the 12 seconds East, 73.30 feet;;
commencement of the public thence South 89
CIRCUIT degrees, 16
IN RE: The Estate of CULPEP-- BRADFORD COUNTY hearing.At minutes 30 seconds West 77
PER M. LEWIS, Deceased.: FLORIDA. said time all interested 'feet to the point of beginning.
parties will be given an opportunity IRN I
FIll No. 74-344-CP (11-2250))
be heard.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS to fully PARCEL 3: Commence at the

All creditors of the estate of By Direction of Chairman intersection of the North
WILLIAM Commissioner
CULPEPPER M. LEWIS, AYER, deceMed. BEVIS boundary of SEM of NW'A of
deceased, are hereby notifiedand WILLIAM T. MAYO Section 26, Township 7 South,

required to file any claim or NOTICE TO CREDITORS and Commissioner PAULA F. Range 22 East Bradford

demand which they may have To all creditors and all personshaving HAWKINS as and constituting County, Florida, and the Easterly
oriMasid. estate in the office the Public Service Commission, right of way line of State Road
of*..Circuit Judge of Bradford this claims estate or demands this 13th day of January, 1975. No. 100 and run thence North 89 Maybe this is what you ought to The point is;a good fertility
against :
County, Florida, in the courthouse -. You are notified and requiredby William B. degrees, 16 minutes. 30 seconds! do this year. program isn't just good fertilizer and
at Starke, Florida, within DeMlry East, along said North boun- .
Section 733.15
Florida Statutes Not plant whatever
corn or spreading.
four ((4)) calendar month from ADMINISTRATIVESECRETARY dary, 210 feet to the point of proper
file claims and
ttae. date of to any beginning thence youVe been growing and rotate it with It's other
the first publication demands which you may "have ; continue ; things, too, like soil
tt aW. notice. Each claim orttfftHt North 89 degrees, 16 minutes,
the of GLADYSM. else
against estate 1t 2113 something testing liming maybe other soil
30 seconds East ,
must be in writing and along said
AVER deceased., in the Circuit -
nut' state the place of residence Court, In and for Bradford North boundary 12 feet, thence There are a lot of good reasons conditioners, crop rotation, and the know-

and postoffice address of the County, County Courthouse, NOTICE South 14 degrees, 47 minutes for this, and a Gold Kist farm hand.. can how to put all these things together.
claimant East, 175.70 feet thence
and must be sworn to PUBUC HEARING ; North -
Starke Florida within four
the claimant 18 degrees, 35 tell you why. And that's what Gold Kist farm
by his agent, a his months from the date of the first minutes, 30
attorney or it will become void publication of this notice. public hearing will be held at seconds East 172 feet to the Because his job is helping hands are for.

according to law. Each claim demand must the City Hall Starke, Ft*., point of beginning,
farmers find better do
to things. To the benefit of
give what
January 22, 1975. be in writing and must state the Monday, March 3rd, at 5:00 ways you
place of residence and po t. P.M. for the fdlowlng purpose: has been fried against you and Here's an example. It had to do they know

MABEL LEWIS 'Placing a mobile home at the you are required to serve a copy ..
office address of the claimant with whose Their
yields keptdroppingevery services
a man com free
Executrix of the Estate of and must be worn to by the following location: of your written defenses, if any are too

CULPEPPER M. LEWIS claimant, his agent, or h. at- All parties will be heard at this to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, year. through any Farmers Mutual hxcliange.The .

deceased torney. time. whose name and address is trouble was he'd been And who knows? this
1/30 4tchg 2/20 Each creditor shaH deliver Pearl'* D. Green Hon. George H. Pierce, P. 0. Maybe

sufficient cople of his claim to SE% of NWK\\ N. of Center Drawer 1030, Starke Florida, growing corn in the same fields for over I year you need to shuck com. .

INVITATIONTOBIO enable the Clerk to mail one to St. Ex. 1-A In SW Cor Beg. 500 and file the original with the' 12 years, and even though he fertilized Gold Kist.
S. and 840' W. clerk of the above styled court
NE Cor. of
THE BOARD OF COUNTY Mch Dated personal Jan. 30,r 1975.representative. SEK of NWM\ located East on or before March 10, 1975; well, repeated corn-cropping had depleted Wi Good things for the farm

COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD- End Market Road. otherwise a judgment may be his soil. and from the farm.P..I. .

FORD COUNTY WILL RECEIVE Lewis M.Aver It 2/13 demanded entered against in the you complaint for the relief or His Gold Kist farm hand found .. ..'-
THE COURTHOUSE IN and Testament of Gladys M. FOR SALES Notebooks, petition. this out by soil testing. .
STARKE ON MONDAY Ayer Memo pads, envelopes/ my hand and the So he suggested the i
seal. of said Court on February 4, man plant c.
markers, machine and
PM adding
FEBRUARY 17th AT 5:00: '
FOR WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION 2/8 4t 2/27 cash reg. pal"". The Office 1975. soybeans: the next year and corn the I _

INSURANCE FOR Ml Op* GILBERTS. fofiowingone. .' I ,
BRADFORD.COUNTY. Clerk of aid Court The man did and got bumper '.r Ott w, ",
I FOR SALE: Littering G..... FOR SALBt All sizes of By: Beulah M. u a

Gilbert S. Brown. dirk .Sticker*, t(.nell and masking lap*.. .,,The Office) :' As AaDeputyOerk Moody .1. "."..-. '" crops on both...' ,'" ." I' \ :,M,. '" ,
.. J ; '. it -
2/62t2/13 I t mpt.tes.AtTMQmo.SkoO. 5h.p. 2/13 4r 3/8 "'.' .: H T


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February 13. 1975 TELEGRAPII

I :

By Elizabeth Terry

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs. Fred Moore and Mrs.

Church of God: Sunday ]Mamle: Lou Edwards of
School 10 a.m. Worship Seri i,Starke visited her
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE :'Mrs.: Mary Mixon of Jackson-
Wednesday, 7:30:
p.m. ville, on Tuesday.
,Faith Baptist Church: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Normanof

ht Radio Program over WPXE Jacksonville, spent Satur-

Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible ,day with their parents, Mr.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser and Mrs. Leonard Norman.

1II vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Gertie Eunice and

Prayer Meeting<<; Wednesday, Roger visited her son and
73o;: p.m. Bible Study. CLASSIFIED AD RATES 1973 Ford F250 Camper Special.
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
0y FOR RENT Unfurnished FOR SALE 1961 SAAB '
: 2 bed- : front
Grace United Methodist: Phil Eunice; Sunday night Automatic Air Power house 749 wheel drive. Needs BRICK I SAVE $
;Sunday: School 9:45: a.m. after he brought the Deadline for insertion Camper Shell Cover. One room N. Thompson some $ 'l
work' $75
Street. best
Call 964-7444 or offer. Ph.
Worship Services 11 and Tuesday preceding Owner $3295.00 At Terwillegar
Graham Baptist Church.Mr. 964-5534 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath L.R. DindRln
7 before 964-5070. 1tp or 964-7871. tip ,
6:30 United Methodist Thursday publication. Motors. FRED
p.m. .and Mrs. Wayne Harperand ---- Kit., Carport Nice part of DAVIS .
------------ -------- .
,Fellowship 6:30: p.m. Choir ------------
of Starke
son were town.
Minimum $2.00
Practice 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Charge
Sunday guests of their grand- Covers 15 Words) FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 1 BUICK PONTIAC"A
( FOR SALE: Men's new clothing, 1973 Gran Torino Sport. Red -
Mr. and Mrs. Carl
parents, George Roberts Real Estate
Each Word 15 bedroom house with large LITTLE RIDE CAN
First Sunday in Lent beginsa Prevatt. over factory rejects, Saturday at Automatic andAir.. One
I series of sermons. The first Mrs. Joyce Futch of Black- 10 cents Bush's Rea Market..1tp screen porch. Parking off Owner $2995.00 At Ter- 964-7826 or 964-6593 SAVE YOU A LOT" TF

one is "Conscience." shear ------------ street Married couples only. willegar Motors. GREEN COVE SPRINGS**
Ga. of her
was a guest
All Classified Ads must be No pets, no children. 570 W.
United Methodist Women ------------
met Tuesday at the church sister Tuesday Miss to Friday.Elizabeth Terry, puid for In advance unless you FOR SALE:Diamond needles for Call St. 964-5884. ltchg.

with 14 members present. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harris have an established account any stereo, over 247 differentones ------------ FOR SALE: 1965 Bonneville DavidsonMobile INSURANCE,

Mrs. George Roberts, Sr., and nephew, and Mrs. Wordie with the Telegraph, in that we have them all. Dahmar's FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 1 Pontiac,2 door red and white. AT REDUCED RATES
event 50 cents extra charge Home ParkIn
President in charge. Mrs. Discount tfchg. Condition. Phone
Melton, of Ocoee, spent the bedroom house with large Excellent
for billing. Not responsible for _,_ I AUTO FIRE BOAT
Coss gave devotional. weekend with her soninlawand the screen' porch. Parking off 964-7306 1tp Ciiy Limits ,
when given over
After a brief business session, errors ------------ DOYLE CONNER
daughter, Mr and Mrs. phone or when copy Is not FOR SALE: 38 !Snub nose hand street. Married couples only. E.

they adjouned. Lonnie Teston. typed and brought to the of gun $55.22 hand guns $24.95, No pets no children. 570 W. $30 Per Mo. INSURANCE AGENCY
United Methodist Ladies Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders, fice. 25 automatic guns from Call Street Ph.' 964-5884. 1972 Pontiac Tudor H. T, Red TCHG

gave a stork shower for Mrs. Mrs. Marian Hall, and Mrs. $49.95. Dahmers ,Discount. Itchg. and White. Automatic and Walk To New

Sheri Griffis at the Church Hester Hicks were Saturday tfchg ------------ Air. Sharp. $1995.00 At
Recreation Room on Thurs- dinner Quests of their sister. Motors. Shopping Center
-------- Terwillegar
--- -- ----
day. She received many gifts. Mrs. Cora Hodges, of Mac FOR RENT: Furnished 2 ------------ City Gas, Water & Sewer ThomasOil

They played one game, after denn After dinner they t. FOR SALE: FOR SALE Registered Angus' bedroom Block home on
which they served cake and visited their brother-in-law I .1 cows. Heifers and bull calves. Griffis Loop. Ph. 9645690. r""" ""'11III On 301 South Company

punch.Mrs.. and sister Mr., and Mrs. J.B. White. Phone 9646114or Itp
Robert Lee, Mrs. O. J. Leslie Sweat, and their i 964-8775. tfchg ------------ HOUSES FOR SALE Jolu Motel

Boyette, Mrs. Raymond ____1-__ 603 S. Walnut
nephew and niece Mr. and --
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Ef FOR RENT Mobile Home .... ...... 964-8810
Durban Mrs. Jones
Mrs. Sonny Pecoi and family,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mews, also of Macclenny. scissors sharpened, all makes 1973 Ford Ranger Pickup. subdivision- % acre lots $35 964-6246
cleaned oiled and adjusted Automatic, Air Power. FM mo.,3 miles from city limits at 5 house 1
,rU i; took 18 young people including Mrs. Margie Reddish and FOR SALE: room ,
children, to Walt Disney Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanwere $7. All work guaranteed Radio. Red and White. of Hwy 16 and bath, ducted heat, 100 x 100 Call ForKerosene

: World at Orlando on Saturday. Saturday dinner guests James Strickland, Morgan $2995.00. One Owner. Ter- Morgan Road. Ph. 964-5606. fenced with 10 x 20 utility JIMMY MOORE'S
Highland Baptist Church: of their son and daughterinlaw Road & SR-16. Ph. 9648733or willegar Motors. 'tfchg...,-- aluminum building in city of Sun SportsMORE
7823189. ---------
School tfchg. ------------ and
Sunday 9:45: a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie .. Starke near stores
Worship Services, 11 a.m. and McClellan and family, of ------------ FOR SALE: Good used bikes F.OR RENT .- 12' wide mobile" schools. Ph. 9646349. 2/13 BOAT FOR

Prayer MeetingWednesday Vidalia Ga. FLEA MARKET: Every Saturday and trikes. New and used homesoutside city limits. J.B 2tp 2/20 YOUR MONEY TF
7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyetteand 9 to 4. Table $1. 755 E. ------------
space furniture and appliances, White. Ph.! 964-6114.. i tfchg. STARKE PH 964-5791
Northslde Baptist Church: attended the Main Street Lake _
Butler. 1/23
family --
good used --- --- Fuel
mattresses, cloth FOR SALE: By owner, 3 BR &:
School 9:45
Sunday : a.m. funeral of Charles Allen of 4tchg 2/13
.30 yd., zippers .01 per inch, brick house on 160 x 120 pine COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Valdosta, Ga., on Sunday.Mrs. -------'-----
shingles $9,50 STERN DRIVE SERVICE
Wed- square roofingand shaded, fenced lot, 1 Vi bath,
.7 Prayer Meeting Onie Thornton and
p.m. FOR SALE: 6x9) Unoleum $3.98, felt$5 roll and many more MISCELLANEOUSRETIRED WW carpet, central H/A, AND REPAIR
nesday, 7 p.m.SCHOOL Mrs. Pierce Crews attendedthe
9x12 Unoleum $8.98. Also items. BARGAIN CENTER, 1 attached garage. 1028 Palm.St. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS Oil

NEWS Road Gospel Baptist Sing Church at Morgan Satur- 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. mi. S. of Starke on 301. tfchg. 4733224. 1tp REPARICUSTOM !
Hundreds -----------
to choose from at ------------
i The Lawtey boys day night. Dahmers Discount CARPENTER desires
,team defeated Southside's Friends of Mr. and Mrs. .... tfchg.... FOR SALE: 1973 8 x 35 Coach additions FOR SALE Two mobile homes BOATS
----- work. Home ,
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fifth grade boys 6-0 on Friday.A Arlie Dobbs regret to learn man trailer, $5,000 or will add' lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 ImmediateDelivery

girls game is being plannedwith that their brother, Clarence 1974 Plymouth Duster Tudor((6)) trade on motor home. 1974 small remodeling Free, repairing estimates., large Ph.or model; One-3 bedroom 1972

Starke Elementary in the Dobbs of Sanderson, had a One Owner.' $2495.00. Surecast boat motor and jobs. 2/27 model. Cash or financed. J.B.
964-8253. 2/6
near future. stroke on Saturday afternoonand Economy Car Terwillegar trailer, used 3 times$750. Ph. 4tp White 964-6114. tfchg Well.. Drilling
The PTA meeting scheduledfor is in St. Vincent's Motors 964-6691. 1/23 4tp 2/13 -----------

February has been Hospital, Jacksonville. ------------ '.." ACREAGE WANTED: Church

changed to April. The April Mr.and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson FOR SALE: Electric stove $35, 2 ,' group wants 30-50 acres of FOR SALE: New Brick veneer, 3 2" thru 6"

meeting will include a fatherson spent a few days with their door frost free refrigerator- TOR SALE: Case pocket knives. rural land preferably fronting bedrooms, 2 baths, land- Fast
cake auction, a Spring sister, Mrs. Laura Manning, freezer, washing machine$35. now at Dahmers Discount. water. Write Unicity/ Inc. scaped, drive way and walk,.
show and the nomination Lake tf hg. P.O. Box) 8101 Jacksonville, Good terms. Call Buford FARM FRESH EGGSTry
fashion and other relatives at Ph. 965760. 2/13 2tp 2/20 .... Drilling Equipment
of officers for the 1975-76 :---------- Fla. 2/13 4tchg 3/6/ Mitchell. 964-6853. tfchg.
Wales. ------------ Our Fresh Tailing Eggs Right
-------- -- State Licensed
school year. Mr. and Mrs. James Leach ------------ From Tht F.rm..SOLD BY THE
The school patrol members Eddie and of FOR SALE: 2 acres zoned 1971 Pontiac Fordor. Automatic ni) I CASE OR FLAT 12'. Do..1 'l 50 P.r
new and sons, Doug, FOR SALE 2 houses, must be
1\ mobile home. Box 1371, and Air. Tape Deck. ,.Extra ,,Mdean. >. MOBILE'HOME MOVING. Also : Fill And Up.BAGGED.
for the next six weeks Charlotte visited Mr.
Port Punta Gorda, Fla. Itp $1695.00 At TerGL'villager 'mobile hurricane anchoring moved. -1100 sq.ft., 2 800 I I Pumps I FERTILIZER
These stub Harold Eunice home
have gone on duty. and Mrs. ,sq. ft. Each having 2 BR, 1
------------ N.N '

'I",",. i7ii Sonya tent ts are Griffis: :.*DonnaThornton, Sybil: Kelly,, Saturday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs:" II'red 1./:?4"''II toff'SAtE: '3.3'a'cres"'iri" SR- ____Motors_-..... .__...+- ,,10r "\":'"-coatihg. :;and Olln'S mobile MOBILE home Home roof ,:, bath information combined call LR Ph.&533-2292i DR. For ... '. If ".N .'t.JI..s.. d ,, Q.J1t'.iih. ,jI 5H'z

Lisa Rowe, Mitchell Williams, Roberts of"Jacksonville, 230, convenient to town, by1 I Service'/ 964-5606 Rt.; 100 W.. 2/6 2tchg 2/13 'Sales-Parts-Service' Mi. N. of

,Amy Starling Clayton Nor- visited their brotherinlawand owner. Terms call 964-5010 or ,Starke! Fla tfchg -----------,- InterlachenTWIN

man....John Thompson, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. 6J3.2320after7 p.m. 2/132tp ;:- -..... -; i E-Z TermsPlumbing

Michelle Grlffis., John Tye Sunday afternoon. 2/20 Motorcycles ri FRED SACKETT-REALTOR I YOLK EGG FARM

Other guests were their son- ------------ WILL DO harrow and disk work
'1205 N. Temple Ave. (US-301))
PERSONALS in-law and daughter, Mr. and for home gardeners Ph. 964- J I
FOR SALE: 5 acres high and dry 904/964-6522
Diedra Ann Jones cele- Mrs. Tommy Talley and son, with mobile home, flinch 6422. UpALCOHOLICS
brated her first birthday on of South Daytona, who spent STARKE ------------ ASSOCIATES
well and some timber. 4 miles 2Sti J New
January 23 at the home of her the weekend with them. N. Keystone Heights, 473- .N. Temple-Ave. Ph.964-6020.< William "Bill"Trigg BRASINGTONl',1D11.1..tOI.1)S111)Bll.l'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman ,,3628. Your authorized HODAKA ANONYMOUS., Nealy"Mac" McConnell : :
Jones, of the State Farm. Her and family, Mark Anderson, ItpGARAGE dealer. tfchg." The only requirement for Remodeling s.\u-siM-u\ifK: : ;
------------ :
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Darlene Norman and ------------ membership is a DESIRE to' Wanted- Chicken farm, Repairs Kim si-U-i-tioii. of l'\"d\('111'"
Bob Jones, and her son, Phil, sons, and Nora Starling spent SALE: Clothing, I' stop drinking. Ph. 964-7959, caged layers Taken On Cadillac: TrinU'S

and Mrs. Jones' sister, Mrs. the weekend with their household items, toys, some 964-7619 or 9645148. 1/2 3 bedroom on 2 V acres :limn) :'I\\.IlIh; : ::17x\ -;5:1111:

Edna Willbanks, of Jackson- cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Roy antiques. Hampton Lake. ... ':'!II 12tp 3/27 several small frame houses | Durrance'| (i \1-:. 1'S\'II.U: :
ville, Ala., were present. Smith and family, of Seville. Boat Ramp Road, off Rd. 18. :I ---..--------
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Friends of Robert Lee Follow signs. Friday and .' WANTED Lots and acreage of all types

and family, and Mrs. Maines regret to learn that he is a sur- Saturday 95. Itp .... WATSON'S Pump & Supply
--- Ii1..
Griffis and children, oft in Methodist HOUSE OF VACUUMS
gical patient ------------ W <> now hair a fnlltlmi' opp/i/

.latka, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hospital, Jacksonville. Mccr; WAN TED: Maid, ex- x time repairman for all ,gnu1
fc E.: Smith and family, of Bay- Mrs. Onie Thornton and FOR SALE: Horse, Bay Gelding perienced. Apply in person, Many brands of new vacuums. A.J.Thomas; Realtor Company ,' iwir needs, .
less Highway, and Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews visited pleasure or games $175. Call must have Used machines available.. 621 N. Walnut St.
and 964-5010 or 533-2320: after 7 own transportation. Tel. 944-4162 864 N. Temple Ave.,,
Mrs. Tom Whaley and family, their' brother-in-law Jo-Lu Motel. ItpCLERKDISPATCHER Expert Repairs all makes. Call Badcockj

of Starke, were dinner guestsof ; sister, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo p.m. 2/132tp2/20. ---------....-- Parts and Accessories for all 40 acres 3 mi. SE of Starke on Starke 964-5289
their' mother, Mrs. Nellie Pringle, of Worthington ------------, vacuums. Built in central each side SR 100. Will sell land

Wilkinson; sister Mrs. Daisy Springs, and their brother and FOR SALE:: 4 feeder pigs, one : With ''vacuum cleaning systems. 712 or timber. 964-7061

Boch, and Lynn on Sunday sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. tarpaulin for V4 ton truck used possible maintenance experience N. Main Gainesville 3767110.TF .

Mrs. Marian Hall of Jacksonville W. Rivers, of Graham, Sun- one time, sell for half price.Ph. for Starke area Batch 10 acres,cleared and fenced and e--------------

Beach, spent the day afternoon. 9645612. '. Plant, phone for appointment;"
1tp ------------ in pasture.
weekend with her brotherinlaw Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, ------------ Mrs. Jones 13766491"Denny BOOKKEEPING TAX WORK

and sister, Mr, and Mrs. of Jacksonville, were Sunday Division Florida Rock. INCOME TAX FORMS pre- Lakeside mobile home, fur-

_. '* O. J. Anders. dinner guests of their parents, 1974 Chevrolet Pickup ,V-8., Industries Inc: Itp pared. Short forms $2", nished and many other attractive
Frankie and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Radio and Heater. Uke New.. Itemized forms $7.50,. CAPABLE REASONABLE
re Rev and Mrs. Mr. ------------ long features. QUALIFIED -
Tues- Edith and Mr. $2995.00 At Terwillegar and business forms $10
Smith, of Starke, were Mrs. Swinney ,NEED SOMEONE FOR HOUSE-- farm
day evening dinner guests of and Mrs. J. F. Robertson, Motors. WORK. For application apply:' up. Danielia Martin 9646573. Beautiful country home offered
and Glen- with their son- ------------ LARGE OR SMALL ACCTS.
Mrs. C. R. Crews spent in person at Badcock Store. 2/6 4tp 2/27 with attractive terms.
ann. in-law and daughter, Mr. and ------------ "
FOR SALE:- Wood bed frame Itchg.
Eunice left for Beckley C. K. Cowan and grandson -
Roger Mrs. $20,kitchen table and 4 chairs ------------ CALL STARKE ROOFING CO. Appraisals of acreage, homes
W. Va. last Thursday and wife, Mr. and Mrs. $20, big dresser, mirror and for guaranteed roofing and and estates solicited. J. E. MilliganH
after spending some time with John Cowan, of Jacksonville. WANTED: Secretary for Multi-
stand (off white) $60. 468-1243.
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- night County 4-H agent.. full time, roofing repairs.
Prices firm. Ph. 9647284. 1tp Hampton Paul Newsom & & R Block office
Harold Eunice. On his way Clellan and son, Jeff, typing required.Shorthand
------------ Tom Fowler tfchg.
home,, he went by to see his Starke, were Sunday dinner desirable, imagination : LILLIAN PEARSON 118 N.''Walnut Phone 964-8286
brother and sister-in-law'Mr. guests of their parents, Mr. FOR SALE: Business building working with adults and ------------ REALTOR ____________- v -

'and.,Mrs. Emory Eunice, of .and Mrs. Les McClellan. with apartment upstairs on youth. Apply in person at. .MATURE INDIVIDUALS, over
Tennessee Roger brought the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskinsand U.S.' 301 in Starke. Good Bradford County Agricultural ,30 married and presently Lawtey-Phone 782-3806

message at Highland Churchon family spent the weekend income property. Phone 1< Building from 9:00: a.m. to employed can diversify their Open evenings &weekends MOBILE HOME SALES .
Wednesday night. with their cousins Mr. and 904-964-7061. Itchg. 12:00: NOON. Position open income. P. 0.. Box 16811, 3 BR 1 % bath furnished double- '

Mrs. Geneva Redding of Mrs. Phillip Rockey and ------------- until February 21st. EQUAL Temple Terrace, Ra. 33617. wide MH on 1 acre with accessto HWY. 100 W, PH. W4-5606 J h

Wildwood, spent Friday after- family and other relatives in bathtub OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.2132tchg220 ... 2/13/ 2tchg 2/20, Spring Lake. Hookup for -i: tJI ,.,
FOR SALENew golf cart,
Wilkinson came home ----'-------- l'' ..di!
noon with Mrs. Nellie Fort Pierce. They shredder, electric water another MH. $13,650.

Mrs. Daisy Boch and by Lakeland Starling and and visited son.Mrs.. {heater & other items. ------------ LOSE WEIGHT safely' & fast 3 BR CB home with Sep. Or, FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEAR

Lynn. Dephna 2% M. N of with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. OLIi-S MOBILE SUBDIVISION'WHEN YOU
Mrs. Sallie Underwood and Mr.and Mrs. Mark Walters, McKowen WAI lTED:-lIi gd portable\I. Large Lot Starke 18100. IN HOME
Sunday of Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mrs. Lawtey on 301. Ph. 7823254. Sets at Dahmers Discount. REDUCE Excess Fluids with aluminum sid PURCHASEYOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'STF
grandson Rick, spent 2/6 2tp 2/13/1 X-Pal. $3. KOCH DRUG. 2/6 3 BR home with *
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wescott, of Starke, Staff Sgt. ..:. ---rrr tfchg. IStchg 6/12 ing. Chain link fence Nice lot..
Pambertonand --------- ,
Robert ---
Bob Jones. and Mrs. Lawtey $13,625.
Friends of Virginia Massey daughter, of Jacksonville, FOR SALE Cash register l
; 2 BR houses, comer lot -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts paper, most sizes .In stock 1973 Chevrolet Impala Custom Two Live

Wayne Massey, regret to and Barry Lee, were Sunday Call In to see If we have yoursize j jFOR Tudor H. T. Automatic Power some furniture. Very neat.
learn that she fell out of a tree dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.B. or come III( and Just [ FOR RENT and Air Clean. $2996.00 At in one rent the other< Total BILL POWELLReal

on Tuesday and broke her F, McCulley. browse at The Office Shop. Terwillegar Motors.SAWS price 18600. ,

right arm.'' .. ----- ------
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RENT 2 BR Mobile home Estate
GARBAGE CANS Staplers. :
DAY CARE 3M tape and tap dispensers, 12 x 60. Call 9645261. Itp SHARPENED work, > Long Champ

a r # Columar Pad, Index cards -----....------ guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or
* * *
OUTER and many more home, office leave at Jackson Building Home and ,
FOR RENT: Kingsley Lake ,-,

I FROMARMBABIES .. and Office I school Shop. supplies. This 2 furnished bedrooms, duplex, air conditioned apartment., Supply.Heights. Starke tfchg. or Keystone Building MaterialsWE j For QuickS.rv.ice

FOR SALE All sixes of on lake. Call 964-6391. tfchg., BUILD

CONSTANT CARE2 ------------ '
masking tap. *. The' Office "YOUR PLANS OR OURS CALL 964-S464

bedroom and 2 bedrooms. Ph.

NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M.TO 4:30: P.M..' I i NO-..HUNTING and rent SIGNS signs The Fori .964-6047.. Itp FREE ESTIMATES ,* * * '* *-, *: ,
RATES ------------ t

WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVED.' "' FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile 1974 Ford Travel Van ADDITIONS NHt 964-6810- 'I 4'Associate
WE?; WILL WORK FOR SALE: 'All types of'Colored home located at 328 N. Water .. ,
Demonstrator. 9,000 SOLOTRADED
1 'PROBLEMS; Pencil In stock at St. Phone 964-7591. DempaeyMotel. ; HOMES BOUGHT
THEIR t The Office Shop. Color- "' Automatic, Power Air, FM '
d Itp "
Stereo and Tape deck, |[|
,brlt Non-Fac. 20 cents j ,
------------ (
rMUrRtthlfliMiFrttWIN each. Thick lead opaque ,., Electric Refrigerator, 10 gallon ACREAGE FOR d

Chiroli ; / cotorama JO cent each,' ,FOR RENT; bedroom mobile, water tank.. Was $7600.00 114.8153 RALPH BRYAN 964.6208tf71'rlllehd' :
tU14'5136! 4i: also colored horn, water furnished, on Reduced to $6400.00 -' At :
and Mongol
,.Rd.. 100 West. !964-8797. lip Terwillegar.Motors.- HWY. 3O1 S. STARKE TF : ::: ::; :
''1101 CHESTNUT ST.AT ASH 8T.. OR J: p.n ,
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ORMATION CALL ..* and tak a look. ? ,'I" '
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.................................................................................... Simple Turns Cause Many Auto Crashes' ....................................................................................

anrl- kill nearly 50 are keep out of trouble when ,Slow down before turning Watch all signs and signals.In yielding/ to all trallic and
TALAHASSEE simple could be eliminated if drivers Colonel J E. Beach people pedestrians unless there is u
I driving maneuver of turning would follow a few common director of the Patrol said, attributed to making an Improper .making turns. do not brake while turning. some locations turns are ',sign prohibiting such action at
don't Make it Is safe to turn, from more than one
lor sure
right or left continues to cause rules, says the Florida Highway "Each year over 10,000 accidents turn. Follow the safety'tips Prepare permitted the intersection
to turn at the check traffic to front and
numerous crashes when most Patrol. which injure over 2,000 listed below if you want toWhat last make moment.decisions ,. and watch for pedestrians rear lane.When making a left turn and "Turn properly so j on wont
Look then enter the proper When turning left. always facing heavy oncoming turn into a statistIc ('ol'
lane well ahead of the turn. yield to oncoming vehicles traffic, pull far enough into Beach concluded.

This other telegraphs drivers.your Intentionto constitute which are close an immediate enough to the behind intersection you can so get that by traffic, then. .............................
Signal at least 100 feet hazard. complete your turn when the
4 'hAYIi before turning. More than 100 When waiting to turn left do oncoming traffic clears or Husband ID )pueknge-ludcn\
feet when on open roads wouldbe not turn wheels to the,left. stops for the red light.N wileoure: homo curly
safer. This informs both Otherwise a bump from therear. Florida drivers may turn (Credit i t curd sear I dill' '
pedestrians and other driversof could push the vehicle right on a red light after hull IIrnrs I..u, n,,.
:"IW I '"
1 u. y rl bN L your desire to turn. into a head-on collision. coming to( a' full stop and II
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